The Purposeful Entrepreneur
It’s time to stop surviving and start THRIVING
You don’t have to go it ALONE
Most entrepreneurs start a business as a solo journey. I get it, Go Team You!
However, that doesn’t mean you need to do it all alone or that support isn’t essential to success.
Now more than ever, there are so many options, choices, shiny objects and fear that we’re missing out.
Take a breath.
Doesn’t that feel better?
I don’t know about you but “Hustle until it hurts,” seems like a one-way ticket to burnout-ville.
Intentional business growth rooted in purposeful action is what The Purposeful Entrepreneur is all about.
Welcome to a better way.
Serious about business growth, but also a bit of a goofball
My purpose is to help people build wildly successful businesses that match their individual definition of success.
Business isn’t always easy, but it can be easier, and I believe we should have some fun in the process.
Entrepreneurs are a special breed.
I’m the daughter of an entrepreneur and now my teenage daughter has dipped her toe into the entrepreneurial pool too.
There is usually trepidation and excitement at the start. Like explorers heading out into the unknown, filled to the brim with great expectations.
However, I’ve seen too many people dive into entrepreneurship with passion, only to fade away.
This breaks my heart.
With almost 20 years of business and marketing experience, I have used my knowledge and experience to help business owners bridge the gap from where they are to where they want to be. More than this, I help them define their personal Success Sweet Spot.
When entrepreneurs have this, they’re ready to start creating Success on Purpose.
The Purposeful Entrepreneur is a safe place for business owners to learn, grow and giggle, as they sail into the sea of success.
I love puns and have a silly streak.
Consider yourself warned.
Drowning in a Sea of Business Shoulds?
Entrepreneurs aren’t perfect.
Our passion is often balanced with an equal measure of stubbornness.
Asking for help can be almost as tricky as acknowledging the f-word – FAILURE.
Not only that, there’s all the baggage that comes along with starting your own business.
Sometimes it can feel heavy and drag us down.
Even when “succeeding,” it can still feel like we’re barely treading water.
Is that success?