I’ve been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember.
At 20 years old, I got my Real Estate license and started selling Real Estate. I always had a main job and a side hustle, but it wasn’t until 2012 that I opened my first, full-blown business.
For 5 years, I ran a business as a single, stay-at-home mom and I learned the in’s and out’s of the business world with my wholesale company.
I’ve been in the arena; I have the experience of running a product-based business, and I have experience running a blog and service-based business- experience that is invaluable to new and prospective entrepreneurs.
My degree in Business Management hangs nicely on the wall, but, I’ll be honest- my hands-on experience running businesses is where I learned the most. That’s where I learned the practical aspects of entrepreneurship.
They don’t teach you how to set up wholesale operations in business school; they don’t tell you how to utilize social media to increase traffic and sales; they don’t teach you how to create passive income and how to set up a website and how to get into affiliate marketing and how to register your business with the state. They don’t teach you how to create successful Facebook ad’s or how to network.
The most important things that I’ve learned- I’ve learned the hard way, through trial, error, networking, asking and, sometimes, through extensive google research.
In late 2017, I started my blog, “The Coffee & Chaos Blog” and in 2 months I grew my following from 100 to 100,000- and I didn’t pay for a single one of them. They were all organic and the over 123,000 I have to-date, are still all organic, real, target market followers.
I’ve taken courses. I’ve joined coaching groups. I’ve had a business coach and all of these things, combined with my business experience has set me up for success as a business owner.
I don’t say these things to brag. I say these things because I want you to understand what you get when you sign up for my business coaching.
You’re going to get the insight of someone who has had an online shop; You’re going to get the advice from someone who has created content for Scary Mommy; You’re going to get the strategies of a blogger who launched a successful blog in less than 6 months; You’re going to get the inside scoop on how to find your audience and how to build your mailing list and how to strategize your social media accounts.
When it comes to business coaching, I don’t believe in fluff.
You can get all the inspiration in the world from free resources, like podcasts and groups, so we’re not going to waste time in the inspiration department. We’re going to get down to your business, identify your struggles, and create strategies that will direct you to your goals.
Some of you reading this may be wondering why this mom blogger is so interested in business coaching and it’s simple- I love empowering women. I love being the one who tells you that your “crazy idea” isn’t crazy at all, and to be the one that helps you see that idea to fruition.
Business coaching is not my main gig, and it’s not my money maker! In fact, my rates are incredibly low, but for good reason- I find that the people who need business coaching the most, typically can’t afford the normal rates and I’ve been blessed to be in a position where I don’t rely on my coaching income to pay the light bill. In fact, I don’t have to work at all.
The end of 2016, brought many changes for my family, as my husband was offered an amazing job and we relocated to another state for that job. At first, I planned on relocating my cupcake business, but I realized that I was now in a position to choose what I wanted to do out of personal satisfaction, rather than what paid the most- the first time that I had ever been in such a place.
So, I closed my cupcakes business, settled into Tennessee, welcomed baby #3 and enjoyed being a stay-at-home mom for a few months. But, it turns out that, as I’ve always said, being an entrepreneur is in my blood, and I can’t not be doing something entrepreneurial! So, I started my blog and business coaching- 2 things that I absolutely love and enjoy doing.
I don’t say this to boast, but rather to show you how passionate I am about business coaching.
My plan as your coach, is that you will outgrow me in less than a year- as in, you will have absorbed everything I have to teach you, and be ready for your next-level coach, because
I think, we become the most successful when we learn from others continuously and constantly evolve.
I am constantly listening to podcasts, reading books and taking courses that offer differing opinions and strategies. I’ve spent time in different coaching groups, soaking up everything there is to learn before moving on to the next group.
Because, the truth is that, as you grow your business and become more successful, you will need a coach, at least, one level up from you to continue scaling your business and I want to help you get to that next coach, that next level, that next chapter of your business.
I am a business coach- I am merely a stepping stone on your path to success and my goal is to propel you to the next stepping stone.
I want you to “graduate” from me; I want you to be more successful than me; I want to tell people that you were my coaching client and brag on you, because if I can do that, it means that I have done my job well.
So, let’s get started! We’ve got big things to do!
There are two options available for your coaching.
1) A one-time coaching for $59.99
2) A 6 month coaching experience for $49.99/month
Each coaching call is 1 hour long and can be held over the phone, Zoom, Skype or Google Hangouts.
The one-time call is a great way for us to learn a little bit about each other and figure out if we’re a good fit, but the 6 month subscription is where the value is created.
A 6 month coaching allows us to strategize and plan, and to see those strategies through. This option allows you to access me via email, anytime, with questions, or concerns and you can customize your calls to your liking (so, if you’d rather have 2, 30 minute calls per month, we can do that).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.