We’ve talked about everything else. Time to make some money.
There is just no other way around it. You need to start bringing in an income. But not just any income– one that matches your hard work and value. You have the idea, but now you need to turn it into cash. You’ve bartered, you’ve sacrificed, you’ve made that leap into self-employment, but you need to see green, and you need to see it N.O.W.
I just returned from Tory Johnson’s Spark and Hustle Conference, and I am fired up! Forget the small talk, and lets get serious. What matters now is the TENACITY, the HUSTLE, and the MOOLAH.
Its time for you to obtain the missing knowledge that is necessary to cut through the crap and conquer any road blocks you may have in your way. Money may not buy happiness, but it will buy you the freedom to make your own decisions and never have to report to another boss, other than yourself, again. Join me this week when I share with you what I learned about how to hustle and how to bring your strength of purpose directly to the bank.
Yep, its time to get you some money.
Excited to be introducing you to our Co-host for this show, Saralee Leary- who happens to have been my roommate at the Spark and Hustle conference last weekend. There’s no better person to come on the show and help me share with you the magnitude of what every participant took away from this event. READ MORE ABOUT SARALEE NOW —>
Also, not to be missed is our fantastic guest for the hour, Sarah L Cook from Raising CEO Kids.
Saralee R. Leary is the mom of three beautiful daughters and a grand-mom to six year old, Elijah. Her business is Straight to the Heart. She is an Expressive Arts Facilitator and EFT practitioner. Expressive Arts uses art, writing, music and movement to help people heal themselves.
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques. It is a way to move energy in the body for healing by tapping on key meridian points, similar to acupressure.
Saralee attended Spark and Hustle LA to get the support and motivation to take a product idea to the next level. She got all that and more!
Sarah L. Cook
Sarah Cook, CEO of Raising CEO Kids knows first-hand what it is like to grown up in an entrepreneurial home and the benefits that it can bring to kids. Sarah’s father owned his own successful computer programming business as did her grandfather.
Their example left a huge impact on Sarah who received her BA in Family Studies from Utah State University and has owned her own successful national-wide direct sales skin care business for nearly 16 years.
In the last three years Sarah has worked diligently with her own three children to help bring their business ideas to life. Now she wants to share what she has learned with CEO Kids and their parents from around the world.