What got you here, won’t get you there

If you haven’t noticed, for the last 20+ years, the workforces of entire industries have been displaced due to automation.

You have been working harder, and harder, and harder – but you’re not a robot.

The future is dim for those who are employed in comfortable, mundane, repetitive jobs that can be easily automated in a year.

The accounting industry has been talking about this for years. The first step was outsourcing, the second step is automation. And automation is here.

So how are you going to THRIVE and truly enjoy your life if you’re constantly pushing to work harder and harder than you already have? It doesn’t look like it’s getting any easier following this path.

What got us to where we are today will not get us to where we are going tomorrow.

It’s a fact, plain and simple. The only constant in life is change.

You must be ready for change.

This change is going to be uncomfortable.

You’re going to feel resistance to it, naturally. It’s not an easy thing.

But if you have the proper resources, foundation, and help in your court, you are going to be just fine.

It’s time to get creative,
to become innovative,
to forge your own path.

Being a follower of the masses is no longer your path.

You’re about to embark on the best journey of your life. I tell you this because I (now) stand in the shoes of someone who was where you are 5 years ago…taking the first steps of my journey.

So what is your first step? How do you hit the ground running on the right foot to make sure you’re not headed toward a complete dead end?

Answer: You have to have the right coaches, advisors, and mentors surrounding you.

You may have heard this before – if you’re the smartest or most capable person in the room, you’re in the wrong room.

It’s time for you to choose a different room.

How do you choose?

–> Find someone who gets you. Find someone you admire that has been where you are and you feel comfortable telling them where you want to go.

–> Find someone who is an out of the box thinker, who follows their own path, creates their own reality, and literally does what they say they want to do.

–> It’s not necessarily important that these people have done exactly what you want to do. See, the job of a coach or mentor is not to tell you how to do the things, to give advice, or to hold your hand.

–> Their job is to help you unlock your inner genius. To remind you to believe in yourself and your dream every time you stumble.

–> They are a great leader who empowers their people.

^^ That is the criteria I consider ^^
when I choose my coaches and mentors.

But first and foremost, these people need to be aligned with my mindset.
I need to know and trust them to lift me up using language that I feel.

I need to feel like a powerful force after I spend time with them.

I need to be willing to get deep with them and trust
whatever insight they have to offer as divine guidance along my path.

If you don’t have anyone around you who fits this bill, I challenge you to consider me.

Totally serious. I know your struggle. I have been in your shoes.

I was falling apart, not sure how to move forward to the next step. I was having identity crises and mental breakdowns multiple times a week because I had no idea what steps to take to create momentum.

I had no idea where to start, but I knew I wanted to be somewhere else.

Someone else…

You’re sick of waiting for some magical solution.

You know it’s not coming.

You know it’s up to you to take action.

You will no longer
live in a state of stressful,
blatantly torturous misery.

We get started immediately to
make true impact on your world.


Not tomorrow – change starts now.

Life is NOT meant to feel miserable or empty.

I’m reaching my hand into the well to pull you up, but it’s up to you to take it.

Go to Calendly.com/Kerstie to schedule your first session with me FOR FREE.
Try me – 30 minutes, totally free.

You won’t regret it.

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