Picture it…2012…I worked as a dating and relationship coach for men. Super cool work, by the way. I was a real life “Hitch”.
I got paid to be a wingwoman.
During that time, I ran a luxury matchmaking service too. Also fun and challenging in it’s own ways. I can’t really say much more than that because of those pesky NDA’s.
Before all of that, I slung drinks and ran a bar staff for 17 years. I was the bartender that the waitresses came to, before they went to the bouncer. I just got shit done and took no shit in the process.
THESE EXPERIENCES MAKE ME THE PERFECT SUPPORT PARTNER
Because not only do I know HOW to create a successful business, I understand what it takes from every standpoint (time, energy, money, support).
And if you’re desperately single, I can help you get a date. Or I can work security at your next private event.
- I helped people build confidence in who they are as a human and how to relate that to other humans to form relationships. Now, I use this skill to help my clients form relationships that lead to conversions.
- I helped people be okay with not being perfect, despite what the world out there says you “should” be. Now, I help my clients understand that good is good enough and guide them to create success on their terms.
- I helped people craft their personal message and learn how to share that with others. Now, I help my clients use that message to create change and use their gifts in their business to make money.
I am also a mom, who craves travel and experience (over things) and I desire to give my son a life of beautiful memories. Right now he thinks it’s all “stuff”, but one day he will thank me.
I am a huge word nerd! I remember tearing through a book a day as a child and writing as early as 12 years old. Contributing to Huffington Post has been one of my favorite outlets as a grown up.
Outside of work I love doing yoga and Karate. I aspire to have my black belt before I am 50! I am 4o-something now. I’ve never met a cup of coffee I don’t like, unless it’s decaf (which even my doctor calls an abomination) and I’ve never met a challenge that I didn’t overcome.