Helping you get your groove.

You’ve stepped to the edge and walked into the unknown. Gave up the day job to become an entrepreneur. Something you are passionate about. And then?

What?! I’m supposed to know how to run a business? I didn’t go to business school? I didn’t follow my dream to spend half my day reading emails, working at the computer all hours of the night! I thought I was going to get to be CREATIVE!

You think it’s not nurturing to your creative side to think about these things…but it is. It’s key to finding your groove.

Here’s an excerpt from the definition of groove I found right in my Mac’s dictionary:

Noun: …made to guide motion…an established routine or habit…

Verb: …with an insistent rhythm…in an accomplished and stylish manner…enjoy oneself…score (a goal) with stylish ease… 

PHRASES: in (or into) the groove …performing consistently well or confidently…indulging in relaxed and spontaneous enjoyment.

See the full definition here.

I can help you get your groove. I can help you establish NEW habits so that ultimately you can achieve YOUR goals with stylish ease…and then, you will experience more moments of being IN the groove, when you are performing consistently well and confidently. All for the ultimate goal of creating a satisfying life full of time for indulging in relaxed and spontaneous enjoyment! How’s that for a plan? What would that be worth to you? Yes. It’s an investment. I can be an investment in your business that can pay off 10 fold. But it is ultimately about YOU doing the work. I am going to hold you able—to quote one of my favorite books, Fierce Leadership:

What if, instead of holding others accountable, we held ourselves accountable and others able—able to take charge, take action, and effect change?

—Susan Scott

There’s all sorts of ways we can work together. Let’s start with a conversation. Am I a good fit for you and your business needs? Please fill out this contact form and we can schedule a free consultation to see how I can help you get your groove.

Faith

When you walk to the edge of all the light you have

and take that first step into the darkness of the unknown,

you must believe that one of two things will happen:

There will be something solid for you to stand upon,

or, you will be taught how to fly.

—Patrick Overton