Four years ago, I had reached a point in my life where I had just HAD it.
Granted, some parts of my life were solid. I had a wonderful husband … I was raising three beautiful daughters … I was a respected businesswoman…
But, oh my gosh, I was so worn out.
I was exhausted running two businesses, working 50 or 60 hours every single week.
I was frustrated with the fact I had no time for myself. I couldn’t sit down to a hobby if I’d even had the space in my brain to think of one.
And I was downright irritated. All this work … all this ‘doing everything right’ … how could I be working this hard, creating the “right” life by all appearances … and still only have THIS to show for it in my life?… So, I made the decision that something had to change.I wanted something different. Initially, I wasn’t even sure what that “different” looked like, but once I hit that wall and made the I’m-NOT-backing-down decision for change, I found myself drawn to a mentor, Bob Proctor. He not only challenged me to dream a bigger and better life for myself, but actually believed that I could have anything I wanted.And, then, he taught me the simple science of my mind.