How I inspire

Aspire to inspire

My journey through life has been one of many ups and downs. I can discuss the more professional side, through my journey towards being self employed and building my own business. Or take a more personal tract, outlining my struggles with childhood abuse and a broken household, along with the loss of a young sister to cancer. These tribulations could lead to a negative outlook on life, but I have chosen to overcome that and strive to be a survivor, not a victim. I have chose to embrace my energy and positivity and use this to drive my mindset and work ethic.

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Business Journey

Graduating college, I was immediately faced with the 2008 recession. It took grit and character to succeed in a time when jobs were scarce. I took the work I could and developed my skill set and industry connections. My experiences at numerous agencies throughout the Puget Sound taught me many things. I was certainly not cut out for “butt in chair” type offices. I needed flexibility to allow my creativity to thrive. Knowing I needed more control of my hours and workflow, I launched into my solopreneurs journey. I leveraged my vast skillset and network of connections to grow my business, to the point that I now have a team to support my work load.

Personal Journey

Surviving an abusive but seemingly wonderful childhood, as I dealt with a narcistic mother and losing a sister to cancer, while leaning on my strong father and sports, all shaped my character and drive. They motivated me to try to do as much as possible, because I realized that life is too short and you don’t know when it is your time. This all fueled me to push hard, attain my college degree in a career that excited me and venture into news pursuits. I competed in figure competitions (bodybuilding) as well as other sports. These all contributed to me being the strong and confident woman I am today. It is this strength, confidence and outlook that I love to share with others.

Personal Journey

Surviving an abusive but seemingly wonderful childhood, as I dealt with a narcistic mother and losing a sister to cancer, while leaning on my strong father and sports, all shaped my character and drive. They motivated me to try to do as much as possible, because I realized that life is too short and you don’t know when it is your time. This all fueled me to push hard, attain my college degree in a career that excited me and venture into news pursuits. I competed in figure competitions (bodybuilding) as well as other sports. These all contributed to me being the strong and confident woman I am today. It is this strength, confidence and outlook that I love to share with others.

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