What if I told you the story you’re living right now is one I lived and breathed, before I finally broke free from the cyclical nature of being a confused shop owner?
I took myself and my baby business into the big leagues by implementing the strategies I want to share with you.
Yep, this vintage dress loving, sushi and Gilmore Girls obsessed chick, made her first $1,000 month selling miniature food jewelry on a website I hacked together myself.
Before finding the key to success, I only made $9,000 between online sales and craft events for the year. That didn't exactly pay the bills.
However, the following year I made $30,000, then $80,000 the next, and – with a much better plan in place – my third year launched me into a six-figure income of $200,000, selling handmade jewelry online (while working from home).
All of my strategies.
Because – in total honesty – I’m not special. I faced the odds, felt the fear, and struggled through my own failures. I didn’t have a lot of extra cash to throw away, and I didn't have a following to help promote my work.
The point is, I was you when I started out.
Broke, alone but with a burning desire to turn my dream into a reality.
You can absolutely do this, too.
But you have to stop scouring the internet for the missing piece and learn from me about the invisible thread connecting everything together.
No more craft show exhaustion, no more spending countless hours and money on courses and books you'll never touch.
No more trial-and-error.
A sale a day is what you need, and it comes when you know the steps beyond what you’ve been able to find on your own.