A Man Is Not A Financial Plan - Mothers Day Story
When you have a child something changes in you.
You are responsible for the upbringing of one
of the GREATEST blessings in life.
I took it very seriously.
And still do.
The day I had my Jack it was all about how
can I take care of my child in the best way
Then along came Ava… then Travis….
It’s a big learning curve, alot of trial and error…
you keep doing what works, getting rid of the
rest and moving onward and upward.
That’s how you progress.
Just like in business, right?
There are so many wonderful, hard working
moms out there that I have had the pleasure to
meet and work with.
I am awed at the tenacity that they have to
make their lives better by creating an ideal
situation of working from home and see
them as a reflection of myself.
There is NO doubt that the actual job of being
a mom is waaaay undervalued. It is ALOT of
work. And then to have a business on TOP
of that… we MUST give ourselves a
HUGE pat on the back and do it
I think of my mother this day and WISH I could
tell her in person what an amazing mom she was.
She was divorced with two kids, no child support when
she met the LOVE of her life, Danny. He was handsome,
warm, successful, funny… he had two boys…
and he loved my mom incredibly.
They had my baby brother and were happier
They planned a trip to Florida
to introduce my baby brother to grandparents
On our way home we stopped at Disney!
Honestly, I was young and don’t
remember much of it at all.
What I DO remember was in a hotel room
half way home we awoke to strangers in the
They informed us that our parents had to
go to the hospital and they’d be back soon.
Well… only my mother returned… completely
crushed and utterly devastated. Danny had
died of an aneurysm.
My brother wasn’t even one.
The reason why I’m sharing this story is
#1- She had to work incredibly hard and
sacrifice alot JUST to survive.
#2- She was not in any way financially
prepared for having to take care of
She did this until she saw my baby brother
off to the navy…
She had been sick with cancer and I KNOW
she held off passing on until she KNEW he
was “taken care of.”
Wasn’t long after that, at 47 she went to heaven.
What a woman. What a serious source of
strength, character and integrity.
AND she was funny all the while….
She always said, “Don’t ever depend on a man.”
That has ALWAYS stuck in my mind. I used to think
she was man bashing because
of what happened to her.
But I see she really just wanted me to never be in
a situation where I couldn’t take care of myself. Period.
I’m NOT coming from a man bashing
perspective here at all, but ladies… I need to say this:
I have it in my soul to help other people. Especially
women… and ESPECIALLY moms. My mothers
story drives me in my business.
Alot of women I work with work from home to
supplement their income.
I’m one of those crazy ones who is
working my way to financial freedom.
It’s my moms story in me that compelled me
to search and try and never give up until I
found something that actually worked.
I don’t want to work myself to death.
I want to work hard now… to live
financially free by the time my baby is 7.
Anyone with me?
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