Hey everyone! I wanted to stop and share some business startup success stories! My Corporate Rescue Plan clients are knocking it out of the park these days!
Yesterday, I received this video from my client, Rebecca. I was so inspired and excited for them that I decided that this month I wanted to do something special. (But first, watch these!!)
Hi, my name is Rebecca, I’m from San Diego and I recently launched CreativeHabitit.org with a mission to help women reclaim their time and carve out space to really develop their creative gifts and get more balance in their daily living. This is thanks to a vision I have had for a long time and also because of the guidance I have received my coach, Anna Runyan.
Before meeting Anna I was a recovering perfectionist and that sometimes kept me from taking action and feeling like what I was doing wasn’t enough to move my business forward. But with Anna’s help I have really learned that big dreams are made by baby steps and many imperfect actions on the way to that big dream.
What I have really learned more than anything with Anna’s coaching is that anything is possible if you are willing to put in the time if you are willing to take those baby steps and imperfect action.
In the last 6 months I have started a website and a blog. I have a pilot group for 2 of the different services I plan to offer in my business . I am in the beginning stages but I know with Anna’s help and success mindset and with the tools and strategies with online marketing that Corporate Rescue Plan has, 2016 is going to be the year that my business soars.
I highly encourage working with Anna. She meets you where you are at, she really talks you through your goals and she provides her story as well which I found very relatable. She also helps you overcome your perfectionism mindset thoughts that can hold you back so you can move forward.
Thank you Anna. I look forward to what 2016 holds for myself and other entrepreneurs who have the privilege of working with you.
(What Rebecca didn’t tell you is that she is doing all this WITH a full-time job and a 1 year old too. Not only is she helping other women find their creativity and balance but she is learning and demonstrating it herself too! Congrats Rebecca!)