The mistakes I made, you don’t have to. . .
As a Single Mompreneur growing a business, I dived so deep into my business that I neglected my children and I quickly had to get balance. I had to remember that I didn’t have the luxury of working all day and all night like someone that didn’t have children. The kids had to eat, someone needed to drive them to the track meets and cheerleading practice. Heck, someone had to teach them how to clean the house and the correct way of doing the laundry!
As a Wifepreneur, my husband did not support my vision or dream, because to him it looked like a hobby. I learned how important it was not to bash him just because he didn’t understand why this was so important to me.
Do you feel like your living in a prison because you gave up on your dream to put your husband and children first?
I got so sick and tired of people saying… Danette, God gave you that vison, not your husband.
You know that God gave you the vision, but it’s uber important that the person you’re with understands that it is important to you even if they don’t care to get involved in your business. The good news is you can work around it, and I can show you how.
Who I Work With
I teach women that it’s okay to have your vision and dream and build upon it while still remaining devoted to their families.
I’m the business strategist and support catalyst for online womenpreneurs. I even wrote a book about it “Let’s Talk Strategies: Conversations with Millionaires and Highly Successful Entrepreneurs, The Solopreneurs Guide to Success.”
I chose this business to be with my children at home and to prove to my husband that I can run a business and with a systematic approach and make money. I want to help other women not be handicapped or feel stuck or to have to go and ask someone else for money. I want them to know that they can make it themselves and still have a balanced home life.
I want to help you get back the time you need with your children, release your fear of money, set premium prices for your services and take back control over your finances.
Who I Don’t Work With
I don’t work with demanding, needy people who don’t take action, want more (without having to pay for it), don’t seem to understand the purpose of coaching and who gobble up my time.
My Why. . .
I want Wifepreneurs, Single Mompreneurs and Divorced Mompreneurs to know that it’s okay to own and operate a business and not feel bad about it and show them how systems can change their lives.
Systems are very important to successfully running a business and to having a balanced life at home with your husband and children.
Systems are beneficial because:
They save you time
They save you money
They put the business on autopilot.
What are the systems that are important to the success of your personal life and business?
Social Media System
Email Marketing System
Time Management System (life and business)