Have you been told you cannot have it all and that wanting it all is greedy and selfish? Me too! I listened to the outside world for years. I was sick all the time, felt fatigued, feel asleep early and slept in late. I was not willing to accept that this was how I was going to live the rest of my life. I dug deep and found my spark. I ignited that spark, found my light and created the life and business I dreamed of. After years of feeling like I was an actor in my own life, I can now say I live my life with passion and on my own terms. My relationships are deeper, I embraced my internal entrepreneur and I have learned to accept my body and celebrate my success. I can have it all, and so can you!
Hello I am Kimberly...
I am a second generation entrepreneur. I grew working in my dads business. I witnessed firsthand what it takes to build a business, and then I turned around and did it myself, several times. My business education comes from the school of hard knocks and a lot of blood, sweat and tears. I started my business before the internet existed and I did not go to college. For years, I had a chip on my shoulder because I was not college educated. To make up for it I read every book on business and spirituality I could get my hands on, and I picked the brain of every successful person I could find. The common thread in all of this experience was a desire to not give up no matter what the circumstances and being really clear on what you are offering. It takes hustle and heart to make it as an entrepreneur. There is story after story of successful entrepreneurs that have had it all and lost it all, or it took them years to find success. Another commonality is they did not do it on their own. They were willing to look outside themselves, put aside their ego and ask for help in areas where they struggled. A true entrepreneur knows how to ask for help.
My friends and family say I am a confident risk-taker. I say maybe I am foolish and just do not listen to negative chatter. I am not sure who is correct. All I can say is that I have won some and lost some, but at the end of the day, I learned from all the experiences. If you’re willing to do the work, it will be the most rewarding experience you have ever had.