The truth about working for yourself - Kathleen Celmins
the truth about working for yourself

The truth about working for yourself

Working for yourself is touted as something that can help you scale to the moon!

You see those memes rolling around about trading a 9-to-5 for a 24/7, and while that can be true, installing sacred boundaries will help you navigate that.

Thing is, though, being your own boss (and your own employee let’s be honest) is a dream for so many.

Here’s the reminder you might not have realized you needed: you are living someone’s dream life.

Yes, it’s work.

But that’s why you love it.

Every new obstacle is like leveling up in a video game.

New turtle shells to dodge. New coins to collect. New castles to explore.

(No, I haven’t played a video game since Mario Brothers, why do you ask?)

You show up every day, ready to tackle those obstacles.

You solve big, sticky problems.

You’re ready to grow.

Ready to level up.

You’re an action taker, and you want to hire a coach who can help you implement and grow.

You don’t need a guru or an internet celeb.

In fact, you’re pretty sure that some of those celebs have a higher price point simply because of their status. Not because they have any special insight into your business.

You want to work with someone who can look at your business and help you map out your options for a stronger foundation.

Someone who can get you to articulate your dreams.

Someone who can help you turn those dreams into plans.

You’ve already helped dozens of people.

But the thought of impacting hundreds more gets your blood pumping and puts a smile on your face.

What can you do when you reach the next level?

How much can you give back?

This is what drives me, and many of my clients. They’re not just here to make quick cash so they can buy something shiny. No. So far, there haven’t been any dreams about flashy cars from the people who gravitate toward me.

It’s much more about impact.

Going deeper.

Trusting yourself.

Building your savings back.

Building a legacy.

You’ve got this.

And if I can be any help whatsoever, please let me know.

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