Looking at your baby can bring a rush of emotion.

Love. Warmth. Protection.. and for a lot of us? The desire to never want to leave them with someone else. To never HAVE to put them in daycare.

For Stacey Nachajaski, it was the same way. Today, I chatted with her about what catapulted her career into the virtual workspace and it is pretty simple. She is a mom that wanted to be with her family.

I am so excited to share this story with you today because the simple parts stop right there. 

For most of us, the road to freedom – working for ourselves – is NEVER easy. Stacey and I discuss her success, and just how rocky that path can take to get there. From going with your gut (investing in a $1,000 program without telling her husband!) to deciding to start an in home daycare until she brought on more virtual clients, Stacey HUSTLED. She did the working mom thing that you ALL know so well.

Sit down, pour yourself a coffee, tea, glass of wine, and enjoy – this one is great! 

Our Favorite Moments in the Video:

“The person who is running the business that you want to run is who should be your mentor” – Lori

“That (investing in a high dollar course) was the launchpad for me. It is what got me out of corporate.”  Stacey

“Your mentors change as you business does. You can have several – they can have different specialties.” Stacey

“You can shift your future in so many ways – make the math add up whatever way possible – ie. Watch kids int eh afternoon and do services work in the AM.” Lori

“Do not try to start 1-1 client services and consultant work at the same time – it is too much for your bandwidth – but you can do it soon!” Lori

“If you have 7 ideas, pick one. Pick one you can work on during the weekends or nights.” Stacey

“Your goal is to just find that first client. There are going to times that are working from 9pm-midnight.” Stacey

“The working mom hustle is really, really tough. This is something that can only happen for a few months before real burnout happens.” Lori

Show Links:

How She Quits Course – 6 Weeks to Clients 

Stacey’s Facebook Group: The Content Groove

 

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