You want to play.
You want your business and even your life to feel playful and expansive, without so much pressure.
You’ve heard all the advice.
You’ve purchased programs, seen ads, maybe even had some coaching, and you still question yourself.
You crave space.
You want more space, energy and freedom to be yourself in your business.
You love to create.
You want to create things, without it feeling like a chore.
You have success.
You love making money, but hate having your back against the wall.
You love to relax.
You want to able to take time off, forget about all the “should”‘s, and really fully enjoy the time you set aside for you.
Peaceful, less stress, and more joy in your work.
More meaning again, because you have the freedom to engage with your audience and in your life the way you want.
Like the life you’ve been dreaming of gets to be here NOW, instead of somewhere unknown down the road.
Free, and like a thriving life.
Excited, because you’re deeply aware of all of the miracles that happen every day.
Abundant, because you got to enjoy the process of the thing you love, even though you might have lost touch with it for a while.
Wildly successful, because you’re aligned with your goals to live a peaceful and stress-free life.￼
If you know me from my blog or social media, you may or may not know that I struggled with consistency in my business.
Sure: the money came in.
I had my first 5-figure month with a community of only 300 people, had my first $20,000 month just a few months later, and grew over 300% year over year for four consecutive years.
But, one of two things kept happening at each new level:
1. Crushing anxiety would eventually cause a drop in income
2. Expenses would keep me from getting ahead
In fact, after making over $260,000 in revenue one year, the following year I had to reduce my take home pay by two thirds because I didn’t feel safe with money.
To be honest: that’s just one of several cycles I had with money that kept me on the struggle bus.
After a couple months of terrible sales and unexpected expenses, I hit a bottom. I fell into a depression, and chose to ride the wave instead of fighting it.
And in the midst of my lowest spot: I started feeling gratitude.
I had an epiphany that I wasn’t a victim. I had the intuition that I actually had the answers all along, and ability to change my life.
And I finally took responsibility.
It wasn’t easy to admit.
And the best part (or the worst)
Getting out of these cycles had nothing to do with what I should DO…
…And it had everything to do with addressing who I AM.
Traditional mindset training tells us to change our thoughts, then we beat ourselves up when it doesn’t work.
Traditional mindset falls short, and it’s not your fault.
Mindset work is great, but in my experience, it’s just the FIRST step to improving self belief. (And self belief is NOT optional when you’re scaling to 7-figures and beyond.)
When we first start an online business, we’re obsessed with “the how”.
– How to build a site
– How to write great content
– How to become visible
– How to monetize
– How to grow
– How to build funnels
And it makes sense that we focus on these things, because while “mindset” is important, it doesn’t help much if we don’t also take the ACTION to reach the goals we’re striving for.
But at some point we have to address “mindset”. Because if you don’t believe it will work = then it won’t.
If you don’t address your mindset and self belief, then we tend to self sabotage and spin our wheels.
But even after that, there’s a lot that “the gurus” didn’t tell me about up-leveling, and it might be because even THEY didn’t know how to verbalize it.
✖️Sometimes saying more affirmations aren’t the answer.
✖️Sometimes pushing through “the suck” doesn’t work.
✖️Sometimes the data isn’t telling you the full story.
And here’s the truth:
“Mindset” work doesn’t always work, and it’s not your fault.
…You NEED to know the action steps to do things.
…You NEED to work on your mindset so you follow through.
But as you grow and expand, there’s a deeper level of work you need to do.
I made $7,000 in one day, from the combination of my email list and the TikTok. The TikTok drove most of the sales. Then by the end of the week, I think I came to you and I was like, “Should I run Facebook ads to this?” So we did – and the ad started getting 3x return on ad spend. The product is only $12. I just started bumping up my budget.
By the end of that week, I had had my first 20k month. Then, going into March, there was a point where I was running ads at $3,000 a day!
I finished the month of March with my first six-figure month. I was very close to a 200k month basically. It was insane. That was when I could say, “I made six figures this year as a blogger.” It’s just crazy. If I do nothing else this year…
I invented a product but had no idea how to market and sell it. Covid had just started and no one was going into stores to even see my product.
Alison helped me with the strategy, provided invaluable insight into my funnel design, helped write my follow up email campaign, and gave me the ad strategy that was getting me purchases for a ridiculously low amount.
She also helped with my mindset that I was struggling with. I ended up doing a little over $100k in 3 months.
I attribute a large part of my success to her. If you have the chance to work with her you should jump at the opportunity. I can’t express how thankful I am to her.
So let’s talk about manifesting money for a second. I flip a new card out the deck every day. Two years ago I applied online to be on a tv game show, I missed the last group call because they called me back and I had my first interview at that time. Today I had my official casting call recorded video to be on $100,000 pyramid. I’m stoked. The same day that I got the call asking if I was even still interested, I also got a letter in the mail from my old college that received another scholarship in 2018 that they have sitting in an account waiting for me to return, and are reimbursing me for it.
Last week I was offered a position for next school year at the #1 private school in New Orleans to be their assistant director of college counseling. I haven’t taken them up on it yet, because I’m really not sure if working 40 hours a week for someone else is really what I am called to do.
I’ve already gotten more website visitors the first week of February than I did all of January, which was my best month.