A couple of weeks ago, I hired a business growth consultant. I’m coming up on four years of running Grief 2 Growth. I’ve been splitting my time between two businesses. It’s time to go all in on my passion. It’s scary. But I know it’s the right time.
In these four years, I’ve acquired a couple of certifications. I’ve spent dozens of hours with clients. I’ve garnered over 10,000 subscribers on YouTube. My podcast is averaging about 1,000 downloads a week. And the experiences have made my work more and more effective. I am helping people.
I’ve taken many courses in these four years, attended seminars, and listened to countless webinars. I’ve created PDFs, surveys, quizzes, guided meditations, presentations, and just about any type of content you can imagine.
Yesterday, I had my first official meeting with the coach. She works quite a bit with people who are just getting started. I had done two weeks’ worth of homework that we went over on the call. I came in with a beginner’s mind, ready to hear what she had to offer.
Frankly, when I hired her, I thought I was starting from scratch myself because my business hadn’t been thriving in terms of income. So as we went over the homework, I took copious notes. I’m ready to learn.
After we got off the call, I began outlining the program I am developing. Then, it clicked. Nothing in the last four years has been wasted effort or wasted time. As I outlined the first couple of weeks, I realized I have the materials I will need to plug into the framework. Everything fits together beautifully. It’s as if I’ve been picking up puzzle pieces over the last four years, and now they’re fitting together nicely. I woke up at about four o’clock this morning excited to get back to work on what I know will be a life-changing program for the people I put through it.
I’ll launch the new program in a couple of weeks. I can’t wait to tell everyone about it.