When I started coaching I simply wanted to get fit. And, maybe, just maybe earn $500 a month to take the stress out of my marriage. $500. That'd allow us to breathe. That'd allow us to swipe our debit card without fear of an overdraft. But then I fell in love. I fell in love with myself, my body, and my life. Instead of sitting on the couch hating my life each night, I had found PASSION and purpose. I was happy for the first time in years. And, I knew it was my duty to pay th
👇ALMOST 3 YEARS AGO👇 I decided that I wanted to stop hating my body. I was living paycheck to paycheck. At the same time I was offered the opportunity to get lose weight WHILE helping others do the same, and earn an income while doing so. I was terrified and skeptical but decided all I had to lose was weight, so I joined a team that was supportive and fun. They taught me how to believe in myself and how to build a business. 👇TODAY👇 I'm my own boss. I make my own schedule.
When I was in middle school I wanted to be a News Anchor. In High School I wanted to be an a big time Interior Decorator like I saw on "Trading Spaces". Then I went to college and I settled for being a teacher. I say "settled", NOT because teaching is a bad profession (it takes AMAZING people to dedicate themselves to this profession - they are underpaid and under appreciated), but because I didn't think I was capable of becoming a News Anchor or Interior Decorator. Deep down
I realized I was being a bit of a hypocrite the other day... another coach asked if I talked about money on social media to show others what is possible with this business. I responded that I do, but honestly, I don't talk about it that much. It makes me super nervous. However, I think it is SUPER important that people do know what is possible with this business. It's not about "being rich" or "making it rain" or buying fancy stuff... it's about living and giving. It's really