I made in June what I made last year
I made this June what I made last year.
Please understand that this statement doesn't even feel real to me.
Last year at this time, I was sick. Sick of not knowing who I was or what I wanted.
I had started working for myself when things got bad with Ethan 6 years ago. With no other option, I entered entrepreneurship.
What followed next was years of working for myself, and not once was it successful.
I LOVED my job, but I didn't understand why it felt draining instead of invigorating.
For some of those years, I would work multiple contract jobs. Doing whatever I needed to do make ends meet.
I knew I wanted to help people globally but had no idea what that looked like.
Last year I started to invest in my learning. If there were people in the world I could help, I would find a way to get that information.
I remember the first program I joined. THERE WAS SO MUCH GUILT!!!!
How could I spend this money on myself when we had 4 kids and bills to pay???
I spent almost everything I made last year investing in learning from people who were doing what I wanted to be doing.
The bills started to pile up. The creditors started calling. But determination can be a real bitch sometimes. I knew I would figure this out.
Then at the end of last year, I INVESTED THE MOST I EVER HAD IN MY LIFE.
I threw all the money I could at the Universe and screamed, "I'm so fucking ready for this to happen!!!".
It's amazing what happens when you find a place in yourself where things become a non-option.
I joined a program where writing a book in 3 months was a non-option. So I wrote a book.
I declared I would make the money I spent on the program back in the three months of writing my book by doing everything my mentor told me to do. It was a non-option, so I listened, applied her knowledge, and made that money back.
When I chose to continue with my mentor, without the money I needed for my payment she gave me 2 weeks to make it. It was a non-option, so I made that money in 2 weeks.
How did I do it? I stopped listening to all the things that were distracting me.
I stopped buying into needing to pay money into my business when there were no people to have a business.
I instead, reached out to those who I knew I could help.
I started to listen to how I could serve them, and I offered to coach them.
I spent no other money on my business, other than my mentor. The one woman who was doing what I wanted to be doing.
I worked hard. I sometimes talked to 8 people a day. Giving every part of myself to listening to them, to guiding them.
I made it my mission to ease the energy inside them, to find a way through the things that weren't working.
In all those calls, hundreds, I learned my gift.
I offered to help ONLY the people I knew I could solve their problem with.
I stopped saying I didn't know business, I hated learning about finances, and I didn't know what I was doing.
Instead, I did what I could with what I had. I kept taking action.
I believed I could help people, I trusted that things were going to work out, and I took DAILY ACTION.
Talking to people became the most important part of my day. Really talking to them.
This is the secret that I tell my clients (now you know it too!). That the most important thing you can do is communicate, serve, listen, share everything you know.
I have nothing I wouldn't tell you.
There needs to be a legion of people serving light out in the world.
If you don't know what you should be doing, how you can help, that's what I can help you with.
I will gladly read your energy, find your gift with you, without payment. If you feel a connection and want to keep working with me I'd love that!
Just picture something with me.
Imagine what the world would be like, if everyone was working in their light, helping others! Shut the fuck up! I want THAT world!
That is part of my mission. Lightworkers everywhere.
I also want to see mom's with children with mental health, who need to stay home with their kids, makes tons of money so they don't have to struggle. So they can have what I never did.
This matter more to me than anything in the world.
Let me know if you are curious about your mission. Let's figure it out together!