Tiffany suffered an unspeakable loss in 2010, with the sudden death of her husband. The story she tells today will inspire you.
You see, when Tiffany’s husband died, she was left with a business that didn’t quite suit her (you’ll see how much so in today’s video!) and she was seeking answers on a spiritual and practical level that fortuitously led her here to The Leveraged Business Business School.
She’s gone on to create a compelling mission and a powerful business that makes a difference in children’s lives. Watch this 6-minute video now, and allow yourself to be moved by her results:
It is often the losses and setbacks in our lives that ignite us and lead us on a quest to personal growth and empowerment. I have such admiration for the process our human spirit takes to find its way out of the darkness to fulfillment, especially in business.
Business ownership gives us such an amazing opportunity to grow into and embrace our mission, to self-actualize. But often, we can’t do it alone.
By surrounding herself with like-minded people and following the formula to achieve success, Tiffany has doubled the monthly income she was making in her highest paid job in her former life and is empowering parents to shift from frustration to fulfillment in the most important job they’ll ever have.
I loved what she shares in the video, that seeing other people boldly achieving their desires showed her it was possible for her too, and it motivated her to do it. This is the power of CABS.
Yes, you get the next steps here. Yes, we show you to how get out of confusion and self-doubt and into taking bold, bigger action towards your goals. And then, we are the community that cheers you on and sees the greatness that already lies within you. And we would love to have you join us to achieve your own goals, professional and otherwise.
If you are ready to break free from the current results you are experiencing in your business and in your life, fill out an application to speak to a Coach today. This call is free and for many, a defining moment in their careers.
Because I believe that your best is yet to come, too.
P.S. Don’t you love how excited Derek gets about marketing?! It was a great ad… And the Dalai Lama was wrong 😉