If 40 is the new 30 shouldn’t you work with a business coach that understands and believes that women in their 40’s+ are a power to be reckoned with?
Hi, I’m Paula and I do just that.
I get you – You’ve got a little life under your belt, maybe a couple kids (or four if you’re like me). You have skills, strengths & talents that you’ve freely given to the world in your work for other people.
How would it feel to settle down with your laptop at your favorite coffee spot and, using all those incredible skills you have, build your dream business… not someone else’s!
“THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! You are so amazing, truly! Paula- you are incredible and make this feel so easy and effortless! I have been in business for how long and worked with how many coaches/programs- you speak my language in a way that no one else can!”
~ Carrie Hensley, Coaching Client & Ayervedic Counselor
Hey! I’m Paula… Your Creative Business Catalyst!
My online programs and coaching easily walk you through how to create a thriving online business without feeling like your mother-in-law is judging you because you quit your ‘real job’. We start by building a strong foundation and having a clear strategy that will support your business growth at lightning fast speed!
So, you’ve got an idea for a business that the world needs. This idea of yours wasn’t born with a silver spoon in it’s mouth. In fact, right now you probably feel overwhelmed…but your heart says, “Go for it!”.
I get it, that’s how I felt and my heart said the same thing.
Your dream was born from a tickle in your soul you couldn’t ignore. It was the blood, sweat and tears as a result of an unexpected life event. Maybe it was long sleepless nights and a lightening bolt of ‘what the eff am I doing with my life’! That tickle in your soul has always been there waiting for you to act.
Now’s the time my friend!
I will help you strategize how to turn that tickle into movement that changes the lives of the people who need you most. I know right now you feel overwhelmed and inadequate – you might not even know what to do next (or first). That’s where I come in!