Bored, frustrated, uninspired, disjointed, and alone.
I wasn't sure what I was doing or where I was going and found it very hard to spend time with like-minded people. I knew in my heart I could achieve what I wanted, and I knew I could help people have better businesses. The hardest thing for me was cash-flow, finding new clients and working so bloody hard—these are the main things that concern me as a single mother.
B-School helped me launch a better online business including my first 6 Weeks To Smart Systems program!! I met some incredible women both online and off and am now part of a fabulous local Mastermind group. I'm less stressed about my achievements and know that I am on the right path.
Launching my online program, deciding to have a Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy to lose weight, going to Marie’s live conference and understanding that to be truly happy in my business I need my personality to be a big part of it. Oh, and yes, B-School has helped me make some money.
Motivated, inspired, confident, focused, and empowered.
B-School really helped me feel like I was enough. I don’t need to keeping playing it safe. My business is now changing again after B-School, and that is because the changes I made during and soon after the course gave me the confidence to really understand what I wanted my business to look like and what my talents were.
You can do this and still be totally true to yourself. Inject your personality into your business—don't just focus on your skills. I made this mistake and it nearly made me give up. People want your personality and the difference you can make to them. Don't be scared that there are too many other people doing what you do. They might do the same thing, but nobody will do it in the same way. You will find your perfect clients.
For years grads told us how B-School changed their lives, not just their businesses. We decided to document and share their experiences through this collection of interviews and videos.
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“It doesn't really matter what you do or what your profession is, you...”