Are you ready to see what you are capable of when your doubts and excuses are no longer an option?
What would you choose to do if nothing held you back?
It’s time to step into that possibility.
Join me at a place where there is no dream too big or too small. The only thing required is believing you were put here on this earth to make an impact.
We have women just like you who followed their calling and have achieved unimaginable success in their business ready to teach you. You will leave with a community of women to support you, knowing what the next step is, and having the tools you need to create a successful business while still showing being the mom and wife you have always dreamed you would be.
But dreams don’t happen by chance. You have to commit to them, you have to believe in them, and you have to show up for them. They can and will start at Impact 2.0. Are you ready?
As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints I was taught that I might need to work one day to support my family, but that my main role was as a mother and wife. When working outside the home fulfilled me more than the tasks of managing the home and raising kids, I thought something was wrong with me. I thought I was being selfish. When the opportunity to be at home full time presented myself, I took it. I thought that was the “right” thing to do even though it was the last thing I wanted to do.
I was a terrible mother during this time because I was a miserable mother. I was exhausted and bored at the same time. I just wanted a moment alone and yet I was terribly lonely. I couldn’t keep up with all there was to do and yet I felt terribly underutilized. It was tough to describe what I was going through, especially because I felt guilty for not being more grateful for the life I had. The life I thought I’d always wanted.
Life coaching saved me but not just because I got coached and worked on myself. I did, and that helped. But life coaching saved me because I used it to start a business. I took action in the world as I worked on myself. I made the decision to go after what was exciting (and scary) to me so that I could challenge myself and contribute in the world AS I worked on myself. Life coaching saved me because I used the tools of coaching to help me become the woman I was always meant to be. That woman is a business owner who loves being with her 4 kids and has a 5-million-dollar business.
I’ve seen this happen for women like myself over and over and over again. It’s not a life coaching business for all of them. But it’s a goal they can chase after that is both terrifying and exciting. It’s something that they know deep inside they have to give to the world, and in so doing they give themselves a gift as well.
Listen, not everyone feels a pull toward something. I’m not suggesting those of us who do are more noble or better in any way. I’m simply inviting you to come with me if you are like me.
If you have a business that you want to work on, to grow, or to love more than you love it now, come with me. If you want to have a business but are afraid to begin, come with me. If you have a desire to make a contribution toward a cause in a not-for-profit way, come with me. If you want to discover this desire and you’re not even sure what it is, come with me.