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Happy New Year to you!

What a rollercoaster ride it’s been! From starting off the year with giant dreams and aspirations to having some unexpected curveballs thrown our way–it hasn’t exactly been an easy road.

But like they say, “life isn’t all sunshine and rainbows” as much as we try nailing down well-thought out plans for success or growth toward something better – there are just so many unpredictable things that happen in this world of ours.

What I’ve learned from my own experience is how important persistence can be throughout any struggle – because if you don’t give up on yourself when times get tough then nothing can stop you from achieving your goals eventually!

I had posted in my FB group about the importance of claiming your wins, and getting the chance to say, “I did that!” before setting new goals. Often we focus on what didn’t happen, and forget the little “oh yeah, I did that” things!

So what’s up your sleeve for this coming year?

For me, it’s bringing back my one-on-one coaching, and putting that at the forefront of what I’m doing. It’s where my heart is.

Are you ready to join the revolution and build a business that’s 100% tailored to YOU? I know it can be tempting. To follow what everyone else is doing, but why not step out of those tracks and into your own wild world?!

We’ve all got something uniquely awesome inside us, we just need to figure out how to best use it.

For me in particular, one-to-one support always wins! Leveraged programs are great, sure… But nothing comes close to building deep connections during longer-term engagements when creating maximum impact for my clients (and myself)!

Stay tuned for how to get yourself on the list to work with me this year; I’m excited to work with the super-committed women who are ready to increase their sales this year!

Do you have one thing you’re proud of from 2022, and one thing you’re working towards for 2023? Let me know in the comments below.

THIS IS YOUR YEAR! It’s time to claim it.


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