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So I was driving the car yesterday taking my daughter to school thinking about how grateful I am that I get to do it. I mean, if I was still working in my corporate job {where I was traveling 50% or more of the time and working long hours}, school runs would not be an option. That's why having my online business is such an answer to prayer. 

Has it been easy juggling motherhood and owning a business? 

Of course it hasn't! 

I remember being in a group program once and I desperately needed to go on the call to ask a question. My sweet daughter had been perfect-as-pie until it was my turn. 

Right at that moment, she began exercising her right as three-nager to begin wailing at the top of her lungs for anything and everything. 

As my coach got on the phone, I did what any self-respecting mother who needed a moment to ask her coach a question would do - I ran into my room and hid in the closet for two minutes. {Which was just enough time for her to calm down and for me to ask my question}

I know what you're thinking: Wow -- that's TERRIBLE. But, I needed to ask that question and I wasn't going to get another chance to get on the line as I was fighting against 55 other women who were all also eager to get on the phone. {Disclaimer: my husband was in the house so she wasn't alone!}

Why am I sharing this with you? 

Well, one, so you know I'm not perfect and two, so you realize that we all need help and support from people that have been there and done it before us. 

I am so grateful for having had that support from my coach on my group program and from my husband. {Even if I had to sneak away my screaming child for 2 minutes to quickly have my question while my husband took over.} 

Moral of the story: we don't need to go it alone. 

Ok, Since I seem to be unraveling my truths, here is another truth. 

I've had failed launches! 

One launch, I got ZERO people in my program. 

A few years ago I launched a brand new online boot camp as part of my fitness business {yes, I happen to be a certified personal trainer, too -- which is a whole story for another day} and NO ONE registered. 

Nada. Zilch. Zero. 

I felt so embarrassed and I had NO one to get advice or support from. I had this great idea of how to serve women and absolutely no clue how to get it out there.

Maybe you can relate? Maybe you have a course brewing inside you but fear is stopping you from getting out there and serving people with it?

Well, fear not, because Noor and I have a private Facebook community of boss ladies looking for launch guidance! In it, I've shed light on how I went from zero to fully booked and now orchestrate six-figure launches for my own clients. And Noor is going to let you in on all the secrets behind her most recent six-figure launch {she's sharing her exact strategy and numbers -- I've never seen anyone share this level of detail before}. 

If you've dreamed of running a live group program or selling your online course passively so you can have more time for your family, you can't miss joining this group. 

Want to join us? Register here!

We can't wait to see you in a few hours!

XOXO,
Rachel

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