Below is my story and all along this incredible journey, I’ve learned that the most important thing is to be in the present moment.  I find that as we stretch ourselves into worlds that are foreign or unfamiliar, we find the gold in ourselves.

Many find change uncomfortable and painful and work as hard and as fast as they can to get over it.  Well, I’ve found that change and allowing the natural emotions that come with is opportunity for me uncover some unconcious beliefs that are really holding me back from with is possible for me!

I’m an Arizona native and grew up in a small town West of Phoenix called Litchfield Park, Arizona. Although it was expected that I would go to college, I was impatient and wanted to get a job, have an apartment and my own car. I spent the next 14 years, working 50-60 hour weeks in an environment that was as stressful as Air Traffic Controllers. I was an Escrow Officer/Real Estate Paralegal for a local title company. And after 14 years, I was only making $28K a year.

I decided to go back to school and worked hard to get an Engineering degree and I really believed that was my ticket. I spent $50,000.00 and 5 years, I thought I made it!

After 10 years working for American Express and then as a VP at Bank of America, I found myself very unfulfilled and depressed. Even though I had a degree …it was the “j o b” that I didn’t want.

I had to make a change. I decided to work for myself.

I tried several different things including 2 MLM businesses, a telemarketing business and finally my own coaching business on the web. I struggled with learning how to drive traffic to my website and then produce a product. I didn’t want to be tied to the telephone either. I wanted the freedom of being able to work anywhere with my laptop and cell phone.

Then my good friend showed me a business that was put together with a step-by-step system. I LOVE systems and it was exactly what I needed. Give me a formula and I’ll make it work! Well…the rest was history!

So there’s my personal journey and I will continue to doment things that I see along the   way!  And remember….all is well and this too shall pass…

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