Ryan and I are taking the leap into parenthood.. one week at a time as foster animal parents for our local shelter.
And our first placement was a set of puppies. We are totally obsessed AND ready to give them back so they can find a home forever on Friday.
If there is one thing about me… I’m overconfident in my ability, which can at times be a total thorn in my side.
So yesterday at about 11:45 am (only 20 minutes after Ryan ran to the store) I was covered in pee, cleaned up 15 or so messes, and ready to give up.
As Ryan walked through the door, I looked at him and took my computer to my safe haven (the bedroom upstairs with the new carpet that is puppy-free).
Puppyhood at that moment was NOT for me. and my ego reminded me that I was not about to admit it. It wasn’t until this morning that I got a text, that reminded me that it’s okay to not be good at everything.
See – the last time I had a puppy was almost ten years ago and she was outside most of the time.
I forgot about the crying at night when you put them down
the endless “No, stop, Don’t chew that”
and the forever smell of puppy pee on the puppies
And I also forgot the endless joy of them when they FINALLY go outside. They learn to do things like the stairs in one day, and the wagging tail after you go to the bathroom.
And in those moments, I found out two things.
Listen, I’ve been in business for over 3 years, and many people have noticed me coming back.
I once was a lost business owner like you, and it was overwhelming.
The struggle of trying to show up one more time, and get help
The STRAIGHT ego death of taking my last $200 and giving it to a future I didn’t know I had
AND the pure shame when I was not the one getting amazing results in my group
But with that came moments that I loved too
Signing my first client (Hi Lex)
When I sat around a VIRTUAL Zoom room and realized I built a business out of concepts
My clients sign clients, hire their own team members, pay off debt, get their dream whatever
And that reminder that, well, ALL of us will feel crazy about doing this thing. That it gets easier, better and you don’t have to smell like puppy pee.
Hi, I’m Meghan I took my last $200 and turned it into a $200k online business coaching practice … and then burned that business down I never planned to be in sales, but here I am after 9 years and probably won’t leave.
I didn’t come out of the womb selling but having three older brothers taught me a thing or two about how to get my way. When I graduated in 2017, I thought I would trade my Colorado casual for a pant suit and a growing career. That quickly turned into management and getting fired after 11 grueling months.
But I was on to something when my clients started making more money.. So I ran head out into teaching more sales.
If you are a female entrepreneurs who is sick and tired of being stuck in the same place, unsure how to scale your business, sign clients and enjoy .
I’m teaching you to ditch the sleaze, unaligned, and just flat out dumb sales advice. You in?