Is the passion for your work fading or gone?
Do you wonder how you can make time for your family and yourself and not fall behind in your business?
Are you worrying about how much more stress and pressure you can stand?
If even one of these questions is a “yes”, you’re definitely in the right place. Stay a minute and learn how you can change your answers to these questions. In fact, you can change just about everything in your life and your business. For the few things you can’t change, you can definitely change how you think about them, thereby ridding yourself of negative feelings and sabotaging behaviors.
As a small business owner or entrepreneur, you are courageous.
Despite the negative statistics, comments from others and obstacles, you keep striving to build your business. There seems never enough time to do what you want to do. You and others expect you to do it all. You feel weighed down by the awesome responsibilities and worrisome balance sheets. The family receives too little time. Your health suffers.
I’m familiar with these difficulties, having walked down the small business owner path myself. I experienced depression, anxiety and stress and even became physically ill from exhaustion, negative self-critical thinking, and feeling I was going to lose my business.
Fortunately, I turned my life around by using the Programs I offer. They will take you from your areas of pain and distress to your ultimate golden destination. You will learn how to design your life purpose, goals and specific action steps. By challenging your negative automatic thinking and replacing it with realistic, positive thinking, you’ll regain that “I know I can” attitude and energizing inspiration. You will increase your business and marketing knowledge and guess what… Success won’t be just a dream, it will be your reality.
You will join my clients who happily report their incomes growing substantially and again feeling a sense of control and motivation in their lives. They also value their increased productivity which gives them time to spend with their families and on themselves.