I built a successful financial practice in a world dominated by men.
I had never been good at being told what to do, I knew I had to follow my heart.
Thankfully, I had the courage to take risks because of my upbringing. My mom has always been my greatest supporter (read the story here).
And so I started to do things that stayed true to me. I ended up building a successful financial practice that focused on relationships over prospecting, inspiring overselling, and motivating over closing.
My desire to support and lead women blossomed and over time I found myself coaching other women advisors, I became more interested in seeing them grow and flourish.
So in 2004, I left the financial industry to start my coaching practice, because I knew there were a ton of women advisors out there who faced the struggles I faced every day. I wanted to help them know there is a better way. They can truly build something that creates the extraordinary life they’ve always wanted, their way.