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People with a brain like yours are too brilliant to force yourself into the mold society wants you to fit into.

Break the Mold. Stand Out.

You're showing up, day after day, putting your special sauce into the universe. Trying to make the best, and most impactful difference in the world around you. I see you doing it.

 

And it's hard. You're struggling to be seen, to be heard, and accepted. You're not alone in this.

If you're anything like me and the clients I have helped thus far, it means you're a neurodivergent badass who is full of ideas ready to be created, you have a gut-wrenching need to help those around you, and you feel like if you just had a chance or the "missing link" then you'd be right out there running a successful business like EVERYONE you see on social media. Well...am I right?

 

You have liked created a product or two (maybe thirty-three...). You've launched them, maybe even sold some of them! But then the sales dried up, you stopped feeling as excited, and instead the worry started to creep in. The worry that you were actually not good enough to be running a business, let alone helping others in the world. And that doubt and fear and imposter syndrome, started to eat you ALIVE. 

I'm guessing by now you've come a long way on this little planet called earth, grown into an adult who knows what they're doing and can hold down their life well enough to make money, feed themselves, and run the rat race of today's society. But you're just done with playing along with someone else's game just because everyone else is. 

You have your values. You stick by them. And they inform the work that you do every day. And for some reason, the marketing and business advice you're finding is constantly telling you to put your integrity on the line - sometimes even break it for the greater good - and that's not sitting well with you. 

And I love that you've figured out what's important to you now! I just hate that it's come at the price of entrepreneur burnout and stress and the painful death of your creativity in some spaces.

When I finally found the right people to support, surround, and believe in me and not just boss me around, I started to trust myself enough to actually see my business as good enough already and approach it from that mindset.

As a neurodivergent entrepreneur and service provider...

I am well aware of the uphill struggle it takes to grow not just A business, but in fact several various businesses. And over the years it has been difficult. It wasn't until I started to let the doubt and fear creep in that I lost the confidence in my own capabilities and started to struggle even more. 

 

The more I tried to find a foothold to haul myself up, the further down in a hole I ended up - no idea how to get out. 

As a neurodivergent entrepreneur and service provider...

I am well aware of the uphill struggle it takes to grow not just A business, but in fact several various businesses. And over the years it has been difficult. It wasn't until I started to let the doubt and fear creep in that I lost the confidence in my own capabilities and started to struggle even more. 

 

The more I tried to find a foothold to haul myself up, the further down in a hole I ended up - no idea how to get out. 

Check out some of the amazing other humans who have worked with me to learn, grow, and create in ways that are so reminiscent of themselves and their own work!

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