Three Things I Wish I’d Known

I remember when I worked my 9-to-5 job, how I used to feel on Sunday evenings.  I dreaded going to work the next day!

There was always something else I wanted to do that felt bigger and more important to me, but I was stuck working my 9-to-5.

Do you feel that way? Do you have an idea for a business that will fulfill your life’s goals and passions, but you don’t even know where to begin?

I know there are a million experts online who can tell you how to start your business, but do you just feel overwhelmed when you look at them because it seems like you should be doing everything at once and trying to keep your 9-to-5 at the same time?

I totally get it. I spent years dreaming about my first business. I would take notes about it. I would write outlines. I would figure out how I would structure it. And at the end of the day, I would just stay at my 9-to-5 job because I didn’t know where to begin.

Then something happened.  I remember it as if it were yesterday. It was my daughter’s fifth grade choir concert. I was a single mother and I prided myself on always being there for my baby girl. And even though this was just a choir concert in fifth grade, I couldn’t get the time off work to go see it in the middle of the day.

I was devastated. I heard about it from all the other moms. Some of them showed me video. My daughter said it was fine. She didn’t even miss me, but I thought, that’s it.  Never again am I going to let something that I don’t even enjoy doing get in the way of the life I want to lead.

That led me to do three things. If you do these same three things, you can start your own business and have the freedom you want, and I can help you.

The first thing you need to do is get really clear on what you value. I value freedom and I value fulfillment. I want to be able to do the things that are important to me, when they are important to me, and be paid for it. You’ve got to clarify your values.

This can be hard and you may need help, and that’s where I come in.

The second thing you have to do is to get very clear on what your skills and talents are. What do you do really well that people will pay you for?

I know you want to contribute.  What do you have to share that can help other people, and how are you going to change the world with what you have?

So, get clear on your values and get clear on your skills and talents and how to leverage those.

Finally, how can you build relationships so that you always have clients coming in?  I love to network, so I worked hard to build mine.  How will you build relationships so that you have a steady network that will keep your business supported?

I spent more than a year researching how to do these three items.  I’ve encapsulated it now into a step-by-step system that I would love to share with you.

If you find yourself in the same position I was in, wanting the freedom and satisfaction of being an entrepreneur but not having the willingness to actually step forward, I can help you overcome any fear or self-doubt so that you have the confidence and clarity you need to start your own business.

I call it the Business Builder Blueprint.

If you’d like to find out how you can leave your 9-to-5 with confidence and contribute your talents in a more meaningful way, I’m here for you.

Either reply to this email or go to my website, and sign up for my email list.

I would love to talk to you about how I could help you figure these things out for yourself and offer you my free Business Builder Blueprint.

We can also schedule a consultation call, the Business Builder Action Plan, to see where you are and what you may need.

If that resonates with you, reach out to me. Because nobody should miss their kid’s fifth grade choir concert.

About the author

Dr. Judy Morley has been described as a “human potential specialist.” Her years of experience in different arenas varies from being an advertising executive to a college professor to an executive to an entrepreneur and franchise owner.  Each of these positions has given her great insight into helping people find their authentic style of leadership.