I get it.
I’ve been there.
It’s not easy to be a woman. Personally, I’m a mom of two, ages 3 and 1. Between spit-up on your new shirt, trying to make a call without screaming in the background, and the struggle between feeling like you don’t do enough for yourself or your kids….
Here’s what I’ve learned. It’s OK to do something for you. It’s actually MORE than OK. It’s vital for your sanity.
I got married just four short years ago to the man of my dreams. He’s seriously the best y’all. I’m from Missouri and he’s just country enough to understand my twang and the most extroverted person on the planet.
Within three months of marriage, we got pregnant (surprise!).
Before our third anniversary, we had moved three times, had two kids, started pastoring the youth group at our church, and each started our own businesses.
Yeah – we know what hectic life looks like.
I’ve wanted to be an entrepreneur since I was in high school and saw my dad launch his own business.
It was scary. “Will people actually pay me for the skills I have to offer? Do I really even have any skills?”.
With a few marketing and management degrees under my belt, and a LOT of self-study, I decided to launch my own Virtual Assistant business.
It was crazy, guys.
Within 1 month I was sold out of my services.
Within 4 months I had brought on four subcontractors to help me with the overload of work.
I was able to quit the job I had been working to bring extra money in for our family, and was consistently bringing in serious income for our family without having to spend all day without my kids.
Over the years, I started giving tips to other women who saw the freedom and flexibility I had in my business. I began to lead them step-by-step through the process of launching and growing their own Virtual Assistant business.
Listen, I’ve been in your shoes. I understand how difficult life can be, and I understand the feeling of wanting to contribute financially to your family.
Let’s do something great together. If you’re ready to build a business that works around your family (and not the other way around), you’re in the right place!
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