It’s My 11-Year Quitiversary!!

OMG! Eleven years ago today, I quit my full-time corporate day job to be a full-time writer and author instead!!!

And I have to say, this is the first year in 11 years where I truly feel like I’ve “made it.” Like I’ve done what I set out to do all those years ago when I left my job all bright-eyed and optimistic about what the future held for me.

It took me a really, really long time to finally fully give myself permission to do what I wanted to do and be who I wanted to be. (It def doesn’t have to take that long but I wouldn’t change my journey for all of the ups and downs and changing my mind and trying new things all got me where I am right now).

I’m the happiest and most fulfilled in my life and career and business than I’ve ever been and it’s only getting better and better.

I’m making multiple four-figures per month from my books and doing what I love, and it’s growing and expanding every month (note: I’ve made a lot of money in my career and biz from doing things I enjoyed and was good at, but this is the first time I’m making money like this doing what I truly love to do and live for doing. It’s a distinct difference. And also why it feels so amazing to be celebrating today.)

I am now finally and fully living in alignment with my vision for my life (and there’s always room for refinement as you journey along).

And my physical reality is popping more and more every day with the things I’ve always known and believed would eventually happen AND with so much more to come!!

But yeah… I did it.

I made it here. I kept going. I didn’t give up. I trusted myself and the Universe. I failed a lot. I succeeded too. I said fuck the how. I took massive action always. I believed in me. I knew I would eventually get here.

And now I am. 🎉🔥💰

P.S. How did I finally “get here?” I used a process (mostly unconsciously and now very consciously) I call The Manifest Method—one that I’m teaching in my upcoming live course!!

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