I’m sure you noticed that I didn’t blog every day last week. There’s a good reason for that. I’ve been brainstorming and developing ways I can help single women do the work they love and let that become their sole source of income.
I’ve met so many single women who are working at a job they don’t like just because they can’t afford to give up that income. Going to work is drudgery and they feel stuck.
I know it’s possible to transition out of your day job and into the career you love without making drastic or even irresponsible changes to your life. I’ve gone through it myself and, because I continue to grow and change, I’m sure I’ll go through it many more times before I hang up my hat.
So I’m so excited to announce that the focus of my blog will be changing. You’ll still get the great encouraging words you’ve enjoyed over the last year, but now I’ll be focusing on challenges single women face.
I know you can do what you love and make money at it. I live it. And now I’m going to be teaching it. There really is a way to safely transition from the job you hate to the career you love. I’ll show you how in the months to come.
Here is just a glimpse of some of the challenges single women face. We’ll be working through those.
They feel vulnerable. Single women normally have no other income other than from the job they don’t like.
They are afraid to take risks. Rightfully so. Their existence lives or dies by the decisions they make.
They don’t know how to do both. But it is possible to start a new career while still receiving a paycheck from your current employer. I’ll show you how.
I’m super excited about doing this. I hope you are as well. I need your help. Because I know what I’m going to say will have a huge impact on the life and happiness of single women, I need you to help me get the word out.
I’m certain your single women friends will be helped by this topic and you could be their hero by forwarding this email to them. Would you? You would make their day… and mine.
I look forward to this new and exciting focus.
Are you a single woman working at a job you don’t particularly like? Is there something you’d rather do? Share it here.