In an environment of constant change and uncertainty, I have discovered a new level of gratitude. Suffice it to say, 2020 was rough, but the ever-changing world around us made it possible for me to find a way to step into my true passion – helping other entrepreneurs.
In my third year of leaving the corporate cubical that was killing by boss vibe, I’ve been able to connect with so many entrepreneurs and small-business owners whose story mirrored mine. They wanted to cancel the 9-to-5 struggle and turn their side gig into a blossoming career. After taking the leap of faith, they bordered burnout, were working 12-hour days and felt like each time they left their laptop they were losing money. Anyone else relate? 🙋
When I realized there were so many rockstar business owners with the same struggles, I transitioned my own business to coaching others on how to streamline and automate their businesses. I knew that with the implementation of business systems, automating recurring tasks, and using templates for daily needs, these business owners could let go of the 12-hour workday and maybe even squeeze in a vacation.
The Elevate Effect Is Born
The theme that ran through each success story I received from my coaching clients was that their business had elevated to the next level. The systems worked, and now they had time to enjoy what really matters in life. And so, The Elevate Effect was born.
Join my free training to learn in one hour what took me nearly a year to learn – you can 3x your growth without working past 5 p.m. each day. It takes establishing quality processes that allow you to scale your business, not just grow it.
Along the way, I was able to build a complete library of templates to support entrepreneurs who need help in streamlining their tasks. Watching business owners organize their work, coach them through systemization challenges, and experience massive brand growth gives me the ultimate feeling of gratitude. I am thankful to be able to use my skills to help others take a break from the inbox and still scale their business.
What Will 2021 Hold?
As we step into a New Year, I think we’re all treading lightly, but being cautious doesn’t have to mean you don’t take the opportunity to fulfill your goals. Personal and professional growth is just on the other side of your doubt. I encourage you to take a daring step outside your comfort zone – maybe even outside the corporate cubical – and see where strategic risks take you.
If the past year taught us nothing else, it’s that change can come unexpectedly and stick around much longer than we may like. It also taught us that we can adapt to the change and challenges that we will face in the New Year. Maybe that means you hire a career coach, try hot yoga, or sit through an online Masterclass. Whatever your next move, make it count! I hope you work toward your goals in happiness and good health throughout 2021.
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