My story is very unconventional.
After high school, I did what society said to do and went off the college. Met someone within my first couple weeks of moving on campus and dated him until graduation. Married at 23. Divorced by 27.
Not what I had planned or expected. There was always a feeling in the back of my mind and deep in my heart that I was meant for something different. A different path was pulling me in a different direction.
So at 27, I moved myself and my two dogs down to a tiny one bedroom apartment in urban Kansas City. I had no bed, no furniture except for a couch, a tv, and miscellaneous kitchenware that we picked up at a garage sale.
I had just started a different role at a large corporation moving from marketing into sales. I was motivated because well I had hit rock bottom; talk about being the underdog. One of my favorite quotes is “rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.”
THIS IS 100% TRUTH.
One day, as I was working tirelessly on my couch (because still no bed), I created a master plan. This was my 5 year life goals and I knew if I wrote them down and really pictured them coming true, I could make it happen:
- Close more business this year than any of my colleagues. My career was everything. Closing sales was my lifeline and I thrived on competition. I was traveling 5 days a week, every single week. I quickly realized that being alone was so difficult but so necessary. I learned more about myself in that year than I had in any other year in my 20’s.
- Find myself a man. Now let me be clear, I don’t “need” a man. However, I believed I was destined for a storybook ending and that meant I had to know what I wanted and go out and get it. I made a list of non–negotiables. And I dated. Between traveling, getting my life right in terms of mental and physical health, I went on dates. I had a list and if that person didn’t meet every single thing on that list, he got the boot. My expectations were high but necessary.
- I wanted to hit 6 figures before the age of 30.
So….. I bet you’re wondering what happened?
I hit 6 figures by 28, not 30. I met Travis, the LOVE of my life by 28. My sales career exploded.
My 30th birthday rolled around and I thought “how the hell can I top my life right now?” I had envisioned everything that I wanted and it came to fruition. What more could life give me?
Ahhhh…….. I’m pregnant!
This was the curve ball that was totally unexpected, not planned but it was the one thing missing from my life that I didn’t know I wanted so bad.
Fast forward to today and our family is perfect.
After I became a mom, I found new purpose. My mission was to serve moms, specifically ones that were ambitious like myself and wanted to “have it all.” I wanted moms and really ALL women to know that we DO have a seat at the table. We can wear all the hats as a parent, wife, executive and business owner. We can make 6, 7 or even 8 figures.
That’s where The Good Life Momma comes in.
Not only do I want to serve women, but I want all moms to know that just because you have a new purpose in life doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice everything else. You have dreams and they are just as important as anyone else’s, no matter how big or small. You can have everything you want. You just have to WANT it bad enough.
I have created courses, content, a podcast, a blog and a YouTube channel dedicated to helping YOU build the life you want.
I am your go to sales coach with a raw, authentic and no bullshit method to getting from zero to sales in no time at all.
If I can help you figure out your purpose, your gift to this world, gain the confidence you need to sell the crap out of whatever your service/product/idea is, then my mission is fulfilled. I can’t wait to help you get there!