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Cheryl Engelhardt made a career for herself scoring documentaries, writing jingles, and working with social justice choirs. Eventually, she found herself being asked to speak to others about what it meant to have a successful career as an independent musician, and needed to learn how to answer her fellow musicians’ tough questions about life and business.  Now, at Amplify, she provides a monthly membership and environment designed for optimal on-going success. She provides coaching, content,…

When Faye Cornhill discovered that a career in media would involve years spent making no money, she worked for a series of totally unglamorous technology and logistics companies in sales. Along the way, she mastered the art of corporate selling and storytelling. Now, at The Wedding Business Club, Faye helps her fellow wedding business owners regularly attract and book big ticket wedding clients. She helps people embrace an abundant mindset, raise their rates without losing…

Ashley Ebert went to school with a plan to become a marriage and family therapist, but quickly discovered that being an employee in someone else’s small business wasn’t for her. When her grandmother had a stroke, Ashley took her home and stepped up to become her caregiver, and soon after launched and scaled a wedding planning company. Now, at The Abundance Group, Ashley helps wedding professionals build thriving businesses of their own. She provides personalized…

Lisa Breitenfeldt launched a business selling geocaching equipment in 2005. Ten years later, she had a line of products and some success, but lots of competition. Instead of continuing to chase sales and new products, she asked her mailing list what they might want out of a box subscription – and got the feedback that transformed her business. Now, at Cache Advance, Lisa sends her members a fun box of geocaching and awesome outdoor gear…

Rachel Davis grew up playing the piano, writing songs, and loving music, but was steered away from pursuing a career in it. She spent 20 years in corporate sales, advertising, and online marketing to great success, but found herself anxious and unhappy in her work. She walked away from the corporate world to teach music classes that went beyond the noisy offerings full of exhausted parents she took her young children to. However, she soon…

Candace D’Agnolo left her corporate job at a big ad agency and spent over 15 years running brick-and-mortar businesses, including a pet supply store and a doggy daycare. She launched her own pet spas, and by the age of 28 had three retail locations in Chicago and 30 employees. However, she also had a massive amount of bank debt and SBA loans, and her husband wanted to take a job in New York.  Now, at…

Strengths coach Lindell Pereira started her own consultancy but found that she had created a job more than she had achieved freedom. She wanted to create a membership to scale her reach and serve people at a greater level. Meanwhile, she grew a dedicated following on an Instagram account she created to keep herself accountable as she worked to lose weight. Now, at Fast Mama, Lindell helps women between the ages of 35 and 55…

While backpacking around Australia, Ginny Gane discovered the law of attraction. She discovered the vibrational components of life and human interaction, and as her life became easier, she found others calling her their law of attraction coach. Now, at LOA Skills Camp, Ginny helps her students truly leverage the law of attraction in their lives and live their dreams. She’s built a unique funnel that gives people the fundamentals to manifest everything they want in…

Tasha Cochran had no idea how she was going to afford college, so she joined the US Marine Corps. She became a mother as a teenager, and, while serving as a full-time Marine, took night classes at a community college, then attended Yale Law School. She got a great job, but also found herself posting YouTube videos about hair and personal finance, which led her to realize that she needed to sell products and services…

 After Lindsay Mustain’s father was laid off from his job after 25 years, his family lost everything. His suffering and his experiences being told time and time again that he was overqualified led Lindsay to a career in recruiting to help people. Her gift for connection, finding talent, and highlighting it led her to work for 25 Fortune 100 companies and ultimately to becoming Amazon’s most visible employee on LinkedIn. When her time at Amazon…

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