I wasn’t ready to give up on my dream

I just hated It

Let me tell you a story about how I hated all of my jobs.

I hated the fact that a “someone” had more control over my life than I did. I had this fear of the rug being pulled from under me. Then it happened, people were getting laid off. The feeling of not knowing where the money was going to come from started running though my mind. The thought of countless hours to spend looking for a job again was overwhelming. All these thoughts raced back in fourth in my mind and I was an anxious mess. Then they had a meeting letting us know that there would be no more lay offs. “This is the last time”, they said. I got lucky this time and I should be grateful right? But I had a feeling it was going to happen again.

3 months later, the rug fell out from under me. They came to my desk and took me on a walk, pulled me in to the HR office. That’s when I heard those words “I am sorry we have to let you go”. The sad thing about this is that I didn’t even get to pack my things. I didn’t get to say good bye to the relationships I have made there. Mixed feelings of anger, fear and doubt started to arise. I felt lied too, and I didn’t know what I was going to tell my husband. I felt like a failure. Not only that but at the time we were under contract for our house. Now I’m thinking “we can’t get the house! And It is all my fault!”

As you can imagine, I was in bad shape and desperate for a way out of corporate America!

I wasn’t ready to give up on my dream of getting this house I was obsessed with. It was hustle time. I had to search for a job again and by divine intervention landed a new one that allowed us to still get the home we wanted. But then the unexpected… or expected happened… I get laid off again. A WEEK after getting our dream home. Now what? At this point I am helpless. NOT this again!!!

Then I realized I can’t live like this anymore. I need more control over my life. I hated the fact that at any given time a someone could let me go from a job I worked tirelessly at, just like that. That is when I decided to commit myself to the young living business.

From this moment, everything changed!

I started another job but with a different approach. This is the last job I will ever have. I am going to take this job to propel the young living business. I started changing the way I did things. “I am a business woman!” I said to myself, constantly. That means I need to act like one and operate like one. Of course, this took time. But I took the business seriously. I began to own it. I went to the Young Living convention in summer 2019 and after coming back home, another weekend trip to see Tony Robbin. All in two weeks time and all of it life changing. I heard Tony say “If you want to take the Island, burn every boat.” I knew then It was time to take this island I have been working hard for to own, but I had to get rid of all my excuses.

If you want to take the Island Burn EVERY BOAT!! -Tony Robbins

I began to look inside of myself. I eliminated all fear, doubt and excuse. I even let go of my “need” for a career in a job and completely dedicated myself to own my own business, time and have total control of how much money I want to make without any limits. I began to see within myself a strong and courageous woman. I even imagined myself 20 years from now thanking me for taking this leap of faith.

This is why I am so passionate about this small investment I made in my first starter kit.

This opportunity has given me the ability to:
• Love what I do
• Take vacations when I want and where I want
• Own my time

Now I get to enjoy complete freedom and live the life I always wanted and the awesome thing about this is knowing that YOU can too.
All you have to do is say yes to investing into your future of living a healthy AND wealthy life.

I know you are ready 😉 let’s get you that starter kit!! Click there to get started today!!!

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