About Me

Life is a series of chapters, each one filled with its own set of challenges, triumphs, and lessons. My name is Annie and my story is one of resilience, determination, and a relentless curiosity to answer the question.. “Why do women often get stuck in procrastination or delay important life decisions?” Before my journey, I was a woman who lived in fear of change and as a stay at home mom, only had about enough money in my checking account to cover groceries. Today, I have a net worth in multiple seven figures, several sources of income, investments and a sound retirement plan. A testament to my journey in entrepreneurship and self discovery. But the road to this point was not without its bumps and detours.

My children have always been the center of my life. They are my anchor, my motivation, and my greatest pride. Every decision I’ve made, every risk I’ve taken, has been with them in mind. But like many, I’ve faced my fair share of heartbreaks. One of the most challenging periods of my life was navigating a 25 year long marriage with a serial cheater. The pain, betrayal, and emotional turmoil that came with that relationship tested my strength and resolve in ways I could never have imagined.

However, it was in the aftermath of that relationship that I discovered a reservoir of strength within me. I realized that while I couldn’t control the actions of others, I had complete control over my own destiny. I decided then and there that I would rebuild my life, not just for myself, but for the example I could be to my kids and others. 

I ventured into entrepreneurship, started my own business and became obsessed with trying to understand why it is that women allow themselves to become stuck in what sometimes are soul crushing circumstances. My research has lead me down a path that not only answered the question I was seeking, but also inspired me to develop a framework that helped me achieve a level of success I never even realized I could claim.  As a way to give back, I now help other women who feel paralyzed in indecisions,  access the same potential that is inside each and everyone of us to achieve extraordinary success in life. 

Over the course of five years, I dedicated myself to learning, growing, and pushing past every obstacle that came my way. I faced countless rejections, made mistakes, and had my fair share of sleepless nights. But with each setback, I reminded myself of the reasons I started this journey in the first place: my children and the promise of a better future. 

But my journey doesn’t end here. My hope is to reach young women who are at the crossroads of major life decisions regarding money and love. I want to be a beacon of hope and a source of guidance for them. I believe that with the right guidance and mindset, every woman can carve out a path for herself that not only allows her to live life but to thrive in it.

I want to share the lessons I’ve learned, the mistakes I’ve made, and the wisdom I’ve gained with the next generation. I want them to know that they have the power to shape their destinies. That they don’t need any special skills or talents to succeed, and that with time, consistency, and discipline, they can achieve anything they set their minds to.

I want my story to be a testament to the human spirit’s ability to rise above adversity and create a life of purpose and meaning. I am living proof that no matter where you come from or what challenges you face, with the right mindset and determination, you can overcome anything. My hope is that my story inspires and empowers others to chase their dreams, make informed decisions, and live a life they can be proud of.

To all the young women out there, remember this: Your journey is uniquely yours, but you don’t have to walk it alone. Believe in yourself, stay consistent, and never give up. The world is waiting for you to make your mark. And I am here, cheering you on every step of the way.

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