My dad used to tell me that the most important part of achieving
what I wanted was believing that I could
And so far, he’s been right. When you truly desire something and believe it’s possible, you are tenacious in finding a way to make it happen.
Throughout my life I have been called “brave” and oftentimes “crazy” by people I share my ideas with. My friends and family have learned to just grab a box of popcorn whenever I set my mind to something new.
I used to chalk my success up to good instincts and work ethic, more recently I’ve also discovered that being intuitive is a “thing” and with this new awareness of my gifts I’ve been able to consciously use them to pave the way to success for myself and my clients.
While I’ve found that Intuition is an important piece of the puzzle, I also have over
a decade of experience in online marketing strategy and sales.
At the age of 24, I started my career as a Brand and Business Coach, and I hit six figures in revenue within 18 months. I’ve had a hand in creating over 200 brands within coaching and service based industries from crafting the brand message, authority positioning, strategic website design, sales funnels, and copy writing. Some of my clients went on to become million dollar business owners, others have become nationally recognized experts, created $25k pay days, five figure webinars, and shifted their business focus into areas they never thought were possible because – “no one would buy that”.
Now I want to help you build your masterpiece
An integrative business approach
No business is cookie cutter, you’ve probably figured that out by now. Everyone comes to the table with a unique combination of skills, personality, talents, beliefs, time constraints, and the list goes on. As a Business Integrator I look at all of the pieces that make up the whole of your business and help you bring them into alignment with the outcome you want to create. I use a blend of intuition, metaphysical tools, and 10 years experience applying traditional and non-traditional marketing strategies.
The way we do this is kind of like playing with Mr. Potatohead. You likely already have most of the pieces you need, they just may not be in the right places or are missing key elements that make them fit. On the other hand you may have lots of pieces that you aren’t sure even could fit together. What I do is help you get everything (ie: your message, your offers, your visuals, your belief system, your business model, your sales and marketing systems etc. etc.) out where we can see them, then help you sort what goes, what stays, what needs to be upgraded, and how everything fits together to create the whole you want.
Make more to do more
“We don’t make movies to make money, we make money to make more movies.” ~ Walt Disney
Most of my clients would still be working in their business even if they hit the jackpot and their needs were taken care of for the rest of their life. Your business is more than about making money, however the more money you make – the more good you can do.
I do my best work with clients who have an abundant mindset and a strong work ethic. Oftentimes these attributes have already helped them build a successful business, but they feel like there is something bigger calling them that they can’t quite put their finger on, other times they are keeping the faith and working hard but they feel like they keep ending up in the same place over and over again.
One of the keys to breaking through this pattern is understanding the role your business is meant to play beyond “paying the bills”, when you connect into this higher purpose the money will flow and your ability to do more good is expanded.
Experiment, reflect, adjust
Just because you can fit into six inch heels doesn’t make them comfortable. The same goes for how you run your business. You need to figure out what works best for you. The best way to do that is to practice mindfulness in your business and try things with the intention of discovering how effective they are and how they feel for you (and even that will change as your business evolves), then be prepared to adjust accordingly.
This is different than trial and error because you’re not throwing spaghetti at a wall and seeing what sticks, you’re implementing strategies in your business the same as you normally would, and then you’re also making time to reflect on what worked, what didn’t work, and what you would improve (or remove) as you move forward.
This philosophy has been instrumental to shifting my business model and marketing systems over the years as I went from “single twenty-something”, to married woman, to mother of three –all of which required completely different types of energy and time commitments.
With this method you can literally create anything you want, while minimizing your risk and preventing big decisions from freezing you in your tracks – because nothing is permanent. If you don’t like something about your business, you can easily shift into something better.