Once upon a time… a woman lost her job. She didn’t do anything wrong, in fact her company appreciated her gifts and talents enough to create a new position for her, but it wasn’t what she yearned for.
What she yearned for was to be an entrepreneur, who could work from anywhere, who would live near the ocean and have the financial freedom to travel. She also yearned for romance and a partner who would be her cheerleader, friend and lover.
She dared to take the leap.
She left the convenient, six-figure job, made her side-hustle her full-time-entrepreneur-hustle, sold most of what she owned, packed up her convertible Mustang and headed West.
Today, she’s working on a balcony overlooking the ocean.
She’s making big plans with her business and attracting new clients.
She’s making new friends.
She’s living the life she yearned for.
Does she have it all? No.
She hasn’t attracted her romantic partner.
The home is a friend’s, not hers.
She hasn’t done much traveling yet.
She’s scared sometimes.
She doubts herself and the risk she took from time-to-time.
Some sometimes she thinks she’s crazy, as a woman-of-a-certain-age, to risk it all for a business she believes in, the people she serves, the lifestyle she yearns for, romance and financial freedom on top of that!!
She is entirely toooooo much!
And I love her! She’s bold and brave. Flawed and perfect all at the same time.
She’s learning how to heal herself by loving herself, rather than thinking there is something wrong with her that needs fixing. Love. It’s simple and powerful.
And, of course, she is me. You probably guessed that about two sentences into my story.
Now, I want to ask you, is there something you are yearning for?
It may not be a whole-life-make-over like I’ve done.
Whatever it is. I promise you, it’s waiting for you to come get it.
It’s yearning for you as much as you yearn for it.
I’ve got three spots open right now for new clients if you want a little coaching to help you get there faster and have a guide for your journey.