what did you want to be?

Do you remember what you wanted to be as a kid when you grew up?

I wanted to be a Veterinarian or a Writer or “Someone who tested out rollercoasters for a living.” I really figured when a roller coaster was built someone had to try it out and this was their job!


I knew from a young age I wanted to make a difference, use my creativity, and have fun!




How many kids say, “When I grow up I want to . . .”


Sit behind a desk for 8 hours a day. YAY!

Be told what time I have to start and end my day. HOORAY!

Help a corporation make billions of dollars. AWESOME!


I’ll go out on a limb and say ZERO.


But as we grow up we:


Dimiss what is in our hearts.

Dimiss what we are MOST passionate about.

Dismiss our creativity.


Why? FEAR


Adults are afraid of SO MUCH.


Failure

Rejection

Finances

Not Being Good Enough

The Unknown


As a kidyou were fearless. You played, you sang, you danced, you jumped, and if you fell down, sure you cried, but got right back up.


While we cannot go back to being kids again, WE CAN do things vastly different.


WE CAN quit our jobs (I did).

WE CAN pursue our Non-Nine-to-Five Purpose (I am).

WE CAN become successfully self-employed (I am).


If you believe YOU CAN, I invite you to connect with me privately 1 to 1 for a special and intimate call. I'll provide a safe space to hear about your fears, struggles, vision for your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose, and we will see if The Non-Nine-to-Five™ Programs are a match for you. Just fill out your application here.


Seeing you Successfully Self-Employed,

- Jen


P.S.: While I may not be a "roller coaster tester outer", I AM making a difference, using my creativity, and having fun every single day. It is never ever too late to follow your childhood dreams and pursue self-employment.


P.P.S.: If you are already successfully self-employed would you please pay it forward and tell someone that this type of support is available to them? Here is the application link again you can share with them to connect with me.

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