If you’re out with your kids and something breaks or snaps, you find a way to patch it together for the moment. The wrong tools work in a pinch but they’re not a long-term solution. The “putting out fires” approach can become a slippery slope if we reason “I’ll do it just this once” and before long crisis management is our daily mode of operating.
Now that you have a new business you’re the boss. You make a vow to Always Be Prepared. Down the road, you’re feeling frustrated about how things are going – actually Not going. Determined to unravel this mystery, you analyze your activity and make a life-changing discovery.
In your quest to “always be prepared” you went overboard. Looking back, you realize you signed up for WAY too many mailing lists and bought multiple programs that were “a good idea at the time”. The abundance of information has created more confusion than clarity.
Your new revelation was written in neon lights, at least in your mind. You have been using the wrong tools!
It’s the same as making simple household repairs. If you use a wrench, when you need pliers, you can’t get the job done.
Now that you’ve figured out what’s wrong, How do you fix it? You wonder if anyone else has the same struggles since people only seem to share their victories. Instead of trying to figure this out on your own you need a community – other women who’ve been where you are and have come out on the other side.
Introducing Yes! Women’s Network – the brainchild of Sheila J. Davis.
The mission of the network is to support women on the journey to “Discover the JOY of Being You.”
This network was created to support women on their journeys by providing growth, education, inspiration, and community – all in one place.
You may feel alone but you’re not. Your sisters are waiting to meet you.
Remember, we’re stronger together!
Welcome to your new Home!
Be sure to say hello when you get to the network. I’m Pamela if you’d like to chat, drop me a note!