The School of Self-Mastery: Business, Money, Life

The School of Self-Mastery podcast is all about business, money and life. I talk with guests who have created a RICH life for themselves, not because they’re bathing in money, (although they may be doing that too) but because they’ve defined and created success on their own terms, through their own personal successful habits. Habits are the root of simplifying your success I also appear solo two days a week to dive deeper into self-mastery topics and give actionable takeaways you can start applying today.
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Nov 22, 2016

How do you create so much content?

How do you create content that is so honest and direct and uninhibited? 

These were two questions that I received this week from a listener, and in this episode I'm sharing why these questions are actually one in the same. Oh, and I'll answer them both. 

Because if you're struggling with content creation, feeling like it takes FOREVER...or just feeling boring and vanilla with anything you create...then you definitely need to listen in.   

If YOU have a question...join my FREE community and ask and maybe yours will be next on the show! 

Nov 17, 2016


Want to know what I really think about the online entrepreneurship world?!

There's a ton of good...tons of freedom, flexibility, creative spirit, profit potential, growth and leadership experience...the list goes on. #amiright?!

Preaching to the choir, I'm sure...but I think there's also a HUGE problem.
HOUSTON, we have a problem!

And it could be the thing that's actually holding you back from getting bigger and faster results...ya know...the ones you're wondering why you're not currently getting?!  

The online entrepreneurship world is missing one of the critical elements that supports our success...accountability.

You remember what that is, right?

The participation grade you received in college for showing up to all your classes.

The mid-term date that you couldn't push back.

The manager that you said hello to at the coffee pot every morning before the team meeting.

The quarterly goal setting that your company VP would approve.

It also looked like this...

The friend that texted you when you didn't show up for said class.

The classmate that dragged you to go study before said mid-term.

The office bestie that ran into your office to let you know your boss was in a mood today.

The mentor that helped you identify what you needed to work on if you wanted to advance.

And guess even looked like this...

The deadline for your thesis paper.

The project timeline that couldn't be delayed without another budget approval.

The end of year review that let us know if we were meeting, exceeding or falling short of the expectations.

The very thing that we despised and dreaded about our previous roles is also thing that allowed us to BE the achievers that we are.

Without deadlines or grades there is no OVER-ACHIEVING.

Without milestones and recognition there is no BEST IN CLASS.

Without accountability or support there is no SENSE OF URGENCY.

I'm not just going to leave you hanging though...there are some ways to insert some accountability back into your business with love, not bitterness.

The big difference though?

YOU have to make the effort.

No one else can decide this for you.

You have to ask for it. Or create it. Or raise your hand.'s some great ways to build some accountability back into your ways that won't feel like you're being strangled or back in corporate.
  1. Find a business bestie.

Not your college roommate bestie...that won't work here, unless they're also an entrepreneur. You need someone WHO GETS IT. And NOT someone who is going to let you off the hook every time things get tough...that's not a true business bestie. Business besties listen, love and then require each other to execute at their highest potential.

Where to find one?

Reach out to someone that you resonate with in some FB groups or at a local networking event. Don't be shy...

I met mine in a FB group in early 2015, we had a coffee chat and the rest is history! We now meet every Friday morning for a 5am accountability call and catch up sesh.

We've even collaborated on events, webinars, and retreats!
  1. Join a mastermind.

Masterminds are one of the BEST additions I've made to my business {both being in one and running them}.

By definition, a mastermind is a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a group setting designed to sharpen your business and personal skills. It's build to help you and your mastermind counterparts achieve success.

You challenge each other to set powerful goals, and more importantly, to accomplish them. The group requires commitment, confidentiality, willingness to both give and receive advice and ideas, and support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion.

Your mastermind partners are catalysts for growth, devil’s advocates and supportive colleagues.
I've seen the great power these groups can have from both participating and running them and recommend them to anyone who is at the Momentum or Leader phase of business.
Where to find one?
Some of your mentors may also facilitate masterminds OR you can create one on your own.

I facilitate 2 different masterminds and we're enrolling new members now if this is something you've been seeking. You can apply here.

  1. Hire support.

Now, support comes in many shapes and forms, so interpret this in whatever way is going to best serve you, but I'll give you a few examples.

MENTOR -- support might be a mentor or coach that you meet with regularly to ensure you're challenging yourself enough and consistently moving towards your goals {and actually hitting them}. It's much easier to fall off the wagon when no one knows there was a wagon. This is an incredible layer of support to have if you want it.

TEAM -- support might also come in the form of team members. When you have a team, you want to inform them of your goals and deadlines so that they can help keep you accountable to staying on track.

While I don't think this is AS powerful as a mentor or coach {because essentially YOU are the boss, and can end up pushing back deadlines again...}, but it's still a great extra layer versus being alone in your own business vortex.

Where to find one?

Right here of course.

Enrollment is officially open for my 2017 one on one program -- the Leader Track Experience, so in all seriousness...if you're interested, apply here. 

And if you know I'm not the mentor for you, I know a ton of other great peeps I can refer you to.

You can also ask your business besties for referrals, reach out to people you admire in your industry, or even come ask for some recommendations inside my free FB group here.

Wherever you find this mentor -- just do your homework and make sure you're a good fit for each other.

We need discipline to create freedom.

For me personally, I EXCEL when I share my goals, have support, and surround myself with humans that will keep me accountable to my timely growth and success.

I've done SCARY things to make sure that I've got all that setup in my life and business, scary things like:

>> investing lots of money into the right mentor,

>> sending messages to people who didn't know me from Adam asking them if they wanted to be accountability buddies,

>> and my most recent scary move...asking some of my busiest, most inspiring, and most influential friends if they would join me for a peer retreat here in Florida.  

By NOT having these things in your life, you're NOT setting yourself up for success. You're not allowing yourself to excel.

We are human...

When left to our own devices, we procrastinate, we make excuses, we get distracted, we spin, we question ourselves, we lose perspective, we get overwhelmed...the list goes on.
Accountability IS the backbone of your success. It's the thing that ties it all together.
So, however you add some to your it sooner than later.

I'd love to know how YOU are currently adding accountability to your business.

And if you're ready to raise your hand for more support and accountability -- apply here for Leader Track. 


Nov 15, 2016

It’s your personal responsibility to use your voice.

Fear is strong, but your leadership needs to be bolder.

I was silent for so long...out of fear.

I had these thoughts...

What will they think of me, what if I don’t know the right things to say, what if someone hates me now or thinks I’m not as intelligent because I don’t know ALLLLL the facts, what if...what if...what if…

But what if I stay silent?
Who does that help? Who does that serve? How is that leadership?

What we tolerate, is perpetuated.

What are you tolerating by NOT speaking up? What are you staying too quiet about?

I want you to share with me over in my FB group here. 

Nov 10, 2016
An experienced mentor, online marketing expert for international brands, and former professor, Christine was inspired after the sudden loss of her daughter to teach women how to use their unique gifts AND challenges to create and lead the business and life of their dreams.

Christine's authenticity and background has inspired thousands around the world. An award-winning PBS documentarian, a 3-time Olympic Games freelancer, and founder of 2 6-figure businesses & a non-profit, her experience with telling compelling stories makes her a remarkable speaker and guest expert.

She's been featured on podcasts and international trainings, has appeared on news broadcasts and has led trainings across the country.
Christine has made it her personal mission to let others know that no matter what they've been through, it's possible to survive it, and not only survive, but to thrive.

In this episode we're talking about:

>> Why focus & self-belief are the most important keys to success

>> How to transmute tragedy (or struggle) into triumph

>> How to discover your unique gifts through your childhood experiences

You can connect with Christine over at
Nov 8, 2016


Had an insanely FUN day where my client and I mapped out her 2017 plans...including financial projections...

Super fun when you see the entire investment she made in you returned to her {and then some} in the first month of next year.

{note and tip: we'll be working together through December 2017, so her ROI will likely be 10-12x the investment -- this is always my target for pricing}.

This is the power of strategic planning and investments that help you remove the unnecessary and focus on bigger ROI.

The key to getting a big return on an investment is investing in the RIGHT THINGS.

When you're mapping out your own goals and projections, identify the GAP.

The GAP is the distance between your GOAL and the ACTION needed to make PROGRESS towards achieving it.

There are 3 areas you may have a GAP and need to fill -- know this BEFORE you make an investment.

1. Knowledge GAP {you don't know the techniques, strategies, tools, etc. at a knowledge level to be able to hit your goal}.

2. Action GAP {you know *what* to do, but aren't executing for one reason or another - lack of action can be related to needing accountability, support, or belief}.

3. Belief GAP {you don't believe your goal is possible...and therefore aren't executing or taking action}.

Some investments can meet multiple GAPS, some just meet one very specifically. There is nothing wrong with that.

There is nothing wrong with having a GAP - we actually ALL have one or multiples {otherwise we'd all have actualized all our goals already}.

The KEY is knowing where your GAP is and investing in something that will help you close that gap. The investment needs to provide the right progress so that your action allows you to achieve your goal.

Where is YOUR current GAP? And do you know how to close it?

Find out in this episode...

And if you're interested in working 1:1 with Adrienne to close your GAP -- you can apply here.  

Nov 3, 2016

Have you been overwhelmed, overworked, and still feeling it's never enough? 

Pushing yourself to be the best in ALL areas of your life and unsure when the payoff is finally going to happen?! 

Trying to be...Mom of the year, Business owner of the year, Crossfit athlete and marathon runner of the year...sound familiar? 

Jenny Shih and I sat down and had a real honest conversation about what success without sacrifice really is, if it's mythical and how she created this new revolution for women running around looking like chickens with their heads cut off. 

I'll be honest, I didn't think I was going to like what Jenny had to say...but I'll let you be the judge of whether or not this whole 'success without sacrifice' idea can work for you. 

Jenny Shih is an uncompromising business coach who works with smart entrepreneurs who are fiercely committed to their own success. Step by step, she show them how to create a successful online business without having to work long hours or make huge sacrifices. She believes that with the right systems and strategies, you can make money doing work you love and also live a life you love.

You can join her FREE 6 week class here to start your Success Without Sacrifice journey. 

Nov 1, 2016

50% of startups fail within their first year of business and 95% fail before they hit year 5. 

That is NOT good.

That is NOT okay. 

And the better news about all this? 

That statistic can be avoided. 

But you have to stop focusing on the WRONG things. 

In this episode I'm going to share some things I've never shared before...

  • how I FAILED miserably at starting up a business and how you can avoid that;
  • what you need to STOP working on immediately;
  • and my 5 tips for you to get started on the MOST important thing {at any stage of business}....relationship building.

 If you're unsure of what phase your business is at right now -- you need to join me for this FREE workshop -- Profit in 30.

Oct 27, 2016

Making money is great, keeping it is better. 

Many of you aren't keeping enough of your hard-earned cash...and there's something you can do about it. 

Managing your own money is part of the responsibility of earning it. If you're unwilling to track and budget, then don't expect to make big profits. 

Today's guest, Danetha Doe, is a financial strategist who's passionate about teaching her clients the necessary skills they need to manage their hard-earned money.

Danetha has a proven track record of helping companies streamline their accounting functions to improve their cash flow and grow their business. Her previous clients have included Google, the San Francisco 49ers, Audi and hundreds of small businesses.

In 2015, she was recognized as one of the Top under 40 under 40 accounting professionals by CPA Practice Advisor.

A former NFL Cheerleader and fitness instructor, Danetha now resides in her dream condo in the Bay Area of California with her partner, Nick.

Let's talk about why you need to be doing your own books on a weekly basis until you hit $100K in sales annually, then do it on a daily basis until you hit $1M in sales, why you need to calculate your net worth weekly and why most 6-figure business owners are spending more than they should. 

You can find out more about Danetha and her course here:

Oct 25, 2016

Balance isn't real. And if you want to reach your goals and have the success you desire...then you've got to start living an imbalanced life, and be okay with it.

Balance is like a white whale that everyone is searching for, and the actual search for it is what's making you feel less than, inadequate, and defeated.

What if you just let that idea go? 

What if you started loving the lack of balance instead and went ALL IN on the thing you're most interested in achieving? 

Live your life in seasons, where each season has a highest priority, and everything else falls out of balance a bit so that you can excel at that main thing. 

In this episode, I'll be sharing just how imbalanced my life actually is...and the big results I've been rewarded with because of that. 

I'd love to hear more about YOUR views on balance -- share them here with me in my FREE FB community. 

Oct 20, 2016

Mariah Coz has been building businesses since 2008. After being in a touring punk band for a few years, she decided she wanted income in between tours and got started online. She first started out on Etsy selling vintage clothes and sunglasses that she would find at thrift stores for a profit. Then she purchased, renovated, and flipped vintage camper trailers for a few years. Mariah became a public speaker, developed a proprietary curriculum for high school girls that she toured around the country, and even did freelance museum curation.

Then, after burning out on selling physical products on Etsy and her crazy speaking/teaching travel schedule, she let go of my profitable, but crazy businesses to pursue "online courses" and get REAL freedom back. Mariah set a goal to replace her Etsy and speaking income with leveraged, passive online courses. 30 days later, Mariah had made $10k selling a course about living in a vintage camper. That was 4 years ago!

It changed everything and set her on the path she is on today - helping people turn their weird passions, hobbies and unique skills into leveraged digital products. Now, Mariah runs Femtrepreneur, a 7-figure business that helps badass young women start their own online course businesses so they can lead autonomous, independent lives!

In this episode, Mariah is sharing some of her best tips for getting recognized and building successful and profitable courses in your niche industry, sharing why she loves super small niches for course building, and how you can get started today with your next big idea. 

You can find Mariah over here:

Oct 18, 2016

It's happened to ALL of us...

We know that we've finally got a product or service that our audience is going to drool over, snatch up within seconds of the cart opening...and then to our surprise...

*chirp* *chirp*

Nothing. Crickets at best. 

What the heck happened?! 

Well, for starters, don't feel like you're alone, and don't give up yet! 

It doesn't mean that they don't want or need your product. You can recover from this quiet start to your launch. 

In this episode, I'm sharing some of my best tips for making a cricket comeback during a launch that supports your product and your clients best interests! 

This podcast was a video livestream I shared inside my Profit Track membership community -- want more tips like this? Join us inside of Profit Track! 

Oct 13, 2016
Val is a yogi, mom, military wife, and avid podcast fan. She is ridiculously obsessed with sharing and creating content that actually makes a difference in the world, connecting with her fellow bloggers, and doing more with less effort. Val is based in Columbus, Ohio and can often be found oversharing on Instagram at @lovevalgeisler.
Everyone's truth is different, some of the tips we've covered may never work for you, but it is your responsibility to figure out what IS your truth. This is not race, so slow down and decide how you want to really live and do business. 
You can find Val over at and sharing content over at
And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' It vs. Being Crushed movement -- stay up to date here. 
Oct 12, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

Andrea Owen is an author, mentor, and certified life coach who helps women get what they want by letting go of perfectionism, control, and isolation and choosing to practice courage instead. She has helped thousands of women manage their inner-critic to create loving connections and live their most kick-ass life.

She is the proud author of 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass and Live the Life You Deserve, (Adams Media).

When she’s not juggling her full coaching practice and writing her second book, Andrea is busy competing in triathlons, chasing her 7 year-old son and 5 year-old daughter or making out with her husband, Jason. She is also a retired roller derby player having skated under the name “Veronica Vain”.

Learn more about Andrea at and join the fun and wisdom at

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' It vs. Being Crushed movement -- stay up to date here. 

Oct 11, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed


Gemma Went is an online business consultant working with one woman bands to global brands, helping them get the results they crave online. She's led the marketing at a range of businesses, been the social media director at two agencies and delivered successful digital strategies across many industries. She's run two businesses of her own and helped many clients get the results they need online. Helping them to take their business in the right direction and reach the goals they desire.

Gemma's current business was born when her son was born (literally, she created her website when she was 8 months pregnant and took on her first client when he was 5 months old). She started out as a single mum, so she was a sponge for life hacks that could help her to juggle a new business and a new baby. 3 years down the line she now has a 6 figure business and a dream life. She truly believe anything is possible with the right mindset and determination.

You can find Gemma over at

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' It vs. Being Crushed movement -- stay up to date here. 

Oct 7, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

In today's episode, Erin and I will be having a raw and real conversation about boundaries. This is something we've all dealt with whether we have children or not. And this topic has been showing up for me again and again in my business as I continue to grow and need to set better boundaries and expectation with not only other people, but mainly with myself. 


Tune in to hear how we're setting better boundaries and expectations for ourselves and others and what being a parent has done to Erin's boundaries lately. 

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' it vs. Being Crushed Parenthood Series by signing up here! 

Oct 6, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

Sarah Kaler is an Executive Leadership Coach and Business Mentor. For 18 years she has developed business leaders across various industries. She works with female CEOs scaling up high growth purpose-driven companies as well as international brands and Fortune 100 & 500 companies; such as Facebook, Lululemon Athletica, Intel, Cisco, Levi’s, Box, and more. She has been featured in the Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Forbes, Yahoo News, Fox News, Evercoach and other outlets.

Overcoming a health crisis at the peak of her corporate career while in senior leadership roles, Sarah has become a stand for health and self-care as the foundation of conscious leadership, high performance and defining success on your own terms.

Most important, family is at her core, and she is a proud mom of a young son. She is passionate about traveling the world with her family and has made this a key element of her lifestyle.

In this episode, Sarah shares why you need to stop looking good, put your health first, and ask for help as a mama and entrepreneur if you really want to lead from your highest power. 

You can find Sarah over at

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' It vs. Being Crushed movement -- stay up to date here. 

Oct 5, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

Jenny Fenig is a brand strategy coach to spiritual entrepreneurs ready to boost your message, reach and faith. Through Jenny’s courses, coach certification school, podcast, and bestselling book Get Gutsy, she guides you to cash in on your calling®. Her husband and three children make the journey sweet ... and bit wild, too.

In this episode, Jenny shares why you need to be obsessed with solving problems and putting value into the world, how to both love your work and still be a great mom and why these things are not mutually exclusive, why your spiritual growth is essential to your business growth, and how to travel for business without all the guilt of leaving your kids to fend for themselves at home. 

You can find Jenny over at, learn more about and download her FREE marketing puzzle here.

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' It vs. Being Crushed movement -- stay up to date here. 

Oct 3, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

Nikki's known as The Communication Stylist®, helping entrepreneurs communicate with clarity and confidence through her flagship program, A Course About Copy®. She's also a proud military spouse, mom, former park ranger and college professor who shares stories, tips, and inspiration on life, business, and all things communication over at Today we'll also talk about her new project for entrepreneurial mamas - Naptime Empires™ - and what she's got in store over there.

In this episode, Nikki shares some of the things that have worked for her during the empire she has been able to build during that naptime hustle. She shares why you need to get support and stop being a hero, how to take time for you to fill your own cup, and what OWNING it has to do with being a mama. 

You can find Nikki over at and

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' It vs. Being Crushed movement -- stay up to date here. 

Sep 30, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

In today's episode, Erin and I will be having a raw and real conversation about guilt. This is something we've all dealt with whether we have children or not. 

Feeling guilty for working on the business when we feel like we "should" be spending time with our loved ones. Or feeling guilty that we're spending time with our loved ones when we have 10 thousand things we need to be working on in our business. 

The guilt appears. But it doesn't have to be this way. 

Tune in to hear the realness of all the guilt and how to deal with it in your own life and business.

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' it vs. Being Crushed Parenthood Series by signing up here! 

Sep 29, 2016
Cailen Ascher is a Clarity Coach for women entrepreneurs & coaches. She helps her clients get business clarity by working on their vision, mindset and plan for success. Cailen’s been featured in Business Insider, Entrepreneur on Fire, The Huffington Post and was the 2014 Gold Stevie Award winner for Young Female Entrepreneur of the Year. Her coaching and teachings have helped 1000s of entrepreneurs gain Business Clarity.
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Sep 28, 2016
Jaclyn Mellone is the mama behind the Chasing Dreams and Littles and co-host on the All Up in Your Lady Business Podcast.

She created the Chasing Dreams and Littles Incubator, a monthly membership for mom business owners to build MOMentum in their online businesses through strategy calls, masterminds, and community.

Her motto is, the juggle is real! Through her Facebook group, insanely interactive Instagram, and tight-knit Incubator, she’s here to help, share, inspire, laugh, cry, and shake up your approach to juggling family, home and business.

When she’s not working with amazing mamas or geeking out over online marketing, you can find Jaclyn rocking out to Taylor Swift with her 3 year old daughter, podcasting while wearing her newborn son, or pretending to understand Fantasy Football while chatting with her hubs. thejuggleisreal

FREE MOMentum Method

Chasing Dream + Littles FB group

All Up In Your Lady Business Podcast

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' it vs. Being Crushed Parenthood Series by signing up here!  
Sep 26, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

Jadah Sellner is an author, international keynote speaker, poet, and the co-founder of Simple Green Smoothies –– the #1 green smoothie online resource. She and her friend, Jen Hansard, host the wildly popular (and free) 30-Day Green Smoothie Challenge at Their “healthy obsession” with green smoothies has become a global movement where over one million people have embraced this simple and healthy habit.

In 2009, Jadah became an entrepreneur and now helps creatives, bloggers, and small business owners build communities with love, impact, and world-changing ideas at

When Jadah’s not blending spinach, you can catch her reading Shel Silverstein poems at the dinner table, having epic dance parties, and helping dreamers change the world. Jadah lives in the San Francisco bay area with her husband, George, daughter Zoe, and their little “chiweenie” dog, Clementine.

Jadah is a beautiful example of what it's like to LOVE your work and empower your children to see the inspiration in that. She shares some of her best scheduling, mindset and boundary tips here with us on this episode! 

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' it vs. Being Crushed Parenthood Series by signing up here! 

Sep 23, 2016

Crushin' It vs Being Crushed

In today's episode, Erin and I will be having a raw and real conversation about my major fears around parenthood. They are big y'all. 

I mean things that most humans wouldn't say out loud because it's not polite. 

Like...what if I was the one person to like my dog more than my child? Would that make me a horrible mom?

Even worse, what if I like my business more and I'm resentful of the baby because it steals me away from the business?! 

This is just the tip of the iceberg from this #napchat. Tune in to hear the realness of all the fears. 

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' it vs. Being Crushed Parenthood Series by signing up here! 

Sep 22, 2016
Molly Mahar is an entrepreneur, mama and adventurer obsessed with the intersection of joy, authenticity and community. As the founder of, she and her team provide thousands of women useful and inspiring strategies to practice joy through The Joy Equation Course, Stratejoy Summer Camp, and the high-level Elevate Mastermind.

After surviving her own Quarterlife Crisis by quitting her dream job and embarking on a yearlong trip around the world, Molly has spent the last 7 years empowering other women to prioritize their joy. She helps her clients and community harness their inner strength, define success on their own terms, take consistent action and enjoy the hell out of the journey. The result? A thriving tribe of badass women who take their dreams (but not themselves) seriously.

A free spirit with a passion for mindful entrepreneurship, Molly loves sharing her knowledge with others. She has spoken at South by Southwest Interactive Conference, the US Army Women’s Wellness Weekend, Ladies who Launch National Conference, and the CRAVE Business Symposium and has been featured on The Washington Post, Forbes, YEC, and Problogger.

Molly’s superpowers? Telling the truth kindly, drinking copious amounts of bubbly and gathering awesome women together.
You can access her library of free resources at or connect with her (and her adorable tiny humans) via Instagram.
And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' it vs. Being Crushed Parenthood Series by signing up here! 
Sep 21, 2016
Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Her best-selling books “Lucky Bitch” and “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch” give a fresh and funny road-map to create an outrageously successful life and business.

Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control over their finances.

Denise is an award winning speaker, author and entrepreneur who helps women transform their Economy-Class money mindset into a First-Class life. Find her at

Parenting has been a planned process for Denise DT, but it wasn't something that she was necessarily ready for...she was scared, afraid, and worried...just like the rest of us.

And while she was worried the business would suffer once she had children, she ended up needing to make some changes that she wouldn't have if it not for the babies, these were the very things that exploded her scaling and growth. You do NOT want to miss this interview. 

And don't miss out on all the happenings during the Crushin' it vs. Being Crushed Parenthood Series by signing up here! 
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