Courage, Risks & Rewards Coaching Program For Overwhelmed and Stressed Out Moms
If you know it's time for a change in your life, but you aren't sure how to make it happen, this is for you....
Finally: Discover a Proven Process to Access Your Courage, Take Healthy Chances, and Reap Exciting Rewards, So You Can Stop Feeling Stuck and Frustrated!
You CAN take control of your life, reach your full potential, and create unprecedented happiness and success – with a family. I'll show you how.
Dear Overwhelmed and Stressed Out Mom,
If you're here, you're ready for a change. (Right? Right!)
And if you're reading this, some of the following probably sounds familiar:
If any of these resonate with you, then I have good news: you're in the right place, and you're not alone.
It's not your fault you shy away from risk. As humans, we're hard-wired to remain "safe," even if what we want most falls outside of that place.
Millions of people avoid taking risks and stepping outside their comfort zones.
The result: millions of people end up feeling stuck, like they're not living their full potential, and feeling there must be more to life.
You don't have to be one of them.
You absolutely can learn how to access the courage to take healthy risks. When you do, you'll reap the rewards of fulfilment and satisfaction.
Even some of the most famously successful people failed—and risked and failed again—before they reached the pinnacles of their careers.
Oprah Winfrey was fired by a TV producer because she was "unfit for television." Of course, she went on to become a television powerhouse, and one of the most successful people in America.
J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, was a single mother on welfare when all 12 major publishers rejected her manuscript. Eventually, a small publishing house accepted it and gave her a small advance. She's since sold more than 400 million copies of the Harry Potter books.
Stephen King's first novel, Carrie, was rejected 30 times before it was published. In fact, he threw the manuscript in the trash at one point (where it was later rescued by his wife). He kept a collection of his rejection slips in his office. Today, he has sold more than 350 million copies of more than 50 novels.
Bill Gates—the co-founder of Microsoft—failed when he launched his first business. The machine he and his partners had built to process raw traffic data flopped when they presented it to an employee of a traffic company.
And Henry Ford failed at automobile companies twice before he revolutionized the industry by pioneering the Model T and the assembly line with the goal of putting an automobile in the driveway of every home.
Thomas Edison failed more than 10,000 times to create a commercially viable electric lightbulb. When a newspaper reporter asked if he felt like a failure who should give up, he responded, "Why would I feel like a failure? And why would I ever give up? I now know definitely over 9,000 ways an electric lightbulb will not work. Success is almost in my grasp." His company, GE, is still one of the largest publicly-traded firms in the world.
Each of these individuals took risks. They failed. They picked themselves up and tried again. They risked, over and over again.
Because they knew they had more to gain than they did to lose.
And that's what I want you to realize, right here, right now:
You too have more to gain than you do to lose. Your family does too!
Now, this isn’t to say that taking risks is comfortable, by any means.
No one likes to lose, or to fail, or to be embarrassed.
But if you never take risks, you never know what you're truly capable of.
So how do you know which risks are healthy, and which really are crazy? And when you know which risks are healthy, how do you actually take that leap?
You begin right here.
I'd like to invite you to join me for my course …
Courage, Risks and Rewards –
Courage, Risks and Rewards gives you everything you need to shift your perspective around taking the risks necessary to step out of our comfort zone and into your full potential, success and fulfillment as a woman.
You may be wondering how we're going to cover all this.
First, I want you to know it's my mission to empower you to take control of your life and begin making changes that allow you to reach your and your family's full potential.
When you enroll in Courage, Risks and Rewards, you receive:
5 online modules to take you through the information in this course, which you can complete at your own pace
PDF versions of all accompanying Activity Sheets so you can begin your transformation as you learn.
And now, you may be wondering how much this is going to cost you.
First, I'd love for you to consider this an investment rather than a cost. You see, you can expect a huge return in terms of your ability to create change in your life by taking healthy risks that will pay off.
That being said, how much is that ability to change your life worth to you?
Is it worth $1,000? $5,000? 10,000?
I'm asking you for only a fraction of that.
For a one-time payment of just $97, you get this entire course—and a life-changing shift in perspective when it comes to taking risks.
That's less than you'd spend on a pair of shoes or dinner out. And you're receiving the tools you need to make a mindset shift that has the potential to change you and your family's life as you step outside of your comfort zone and reach your full potential. What you learn here you can also teach your children!
Are you ready, or do you still have a few questions?
I've included some of the questions I hear most frequently, and my answers, to help you decide whether Courage, Risks and Rewards For Overwhelmed and Stressed Out Moms is a good match for you.
Q: I am struggling financially. How can I justify this expenditure?
A: Because I'm so committed to your ability to create the change you want to see in your life, I've kept this program affordable. Consider this the first risk you take when it comes to changing your life … including your financial situation. With what you learn in this program, you'll have the mindset necessary for also taking risks that pay off financially, whether it's asking for a raise; finding, landing a new, better-paying job; or starting a small business.
Q: I'm afraid I won't have the time to go through this program. How can I justify the time investment?
A: I understand! Because I know how busy life can be as a mom, I've kept these sessions quick and to-the-point. The exercises take only a few minutes each, and I'm confident you can find the time in your schedule to fit them in, if learning how to create change is important to you. It's my belief that this time investment will pay off when you discover skills for making your life what you want it to be … you'll find that you know how to make time for the things you love most!
Q: What if this doesn't work for me?
A: I'm confident that if you take this program seriously and complete the exercises, you'll learn how to take healthy risks with confidence. However, if the program doesn't meet your expectations, you can ask for a refund within 15 days of your investment.
Q: How is this program different from other coaching programs out there?
A: You'll actually experience transformation while you go through this program. I won't give you homework assignments, but you'll complete transformative exercises as you listen to the modules. By the time you complete them, you will have shifted your mindset around risk taking, and that is where change begins.
So NOW are you ready?
Yes, I'm ready for Courage, Risks and Rewards!
I understand that for my one-time investment of $97, I receive:
And I understand I make this investment at no risk, because I'm covered by your 15-Day Satisfaction Guarantee. That is, I can try the program, and if it doesn't meet my expectations, I can ask for a full refund within the first 15 days after my investment.
Sign me up!
Right now, you have a choice:
You can continue on as you have, remaining safe—but dissatisfied—inside your comfort zone.
Or you can take a small, healthy risk in this very moment, and begin shifting your mindset around taking chances and creating change.
What's it going to be?