animal lover, enneagram 2w3, simplicity seeker
hey, i'm cassie
I was doing all that I could to find clients, to prove to myself that I was worthy and to get some cash flow in my bank account. I found myself skipping family events, because the drive home was 3 hours. It wasn’t the drive that I dreaded, it was 3 hours I could be working on a client’s project or doing a training to gain more exposure.
One day, in particular, is ingrained in my head.
My mom called to tell me about my papa’s birthday party at her house that Saturday. I was very close to my grandparents and I had never missed a birthday before, but I had a very large training that same day. Hundreds of people were set to attend and I needed to give all of my focus on that. So I did.
That call was in January. I continued to hustle myself into adrenal fatigue, missed moments and gained weight. This led me down a spiral of putting my business BEFORE Cassie.
In May when I got a dreaded phone call at 8:00 am. My grandpa had passed unexpectedly in his sleep. At that moment, I regretted every decision I made when it came to putting my business before my family. To make matters worse, on the day he passed,I had to cancel calls and I had 1 client that had zero sympathy and was extremely rude. This was my turning point.
On that drive home to Arkansas, I had made the decision to quit my business. I was completely done with trading time for money, rude clients and a life with no freedom. Freedom was the reason I started this business in the first place. Once my emotions calmed, I knew that I had come too far to just quit. So I put my head down and asked myself HOW I could scale without having to rely on social media to grow and truly sacrificing my life.
That’s when I created the Simple Scale System. I now teach that system to hundreds of entrepreneurs every day. I have set out on a journey to help entrepreneurs take control of their lives, while still having a six figure income and time freedom.
i'm on a journey
to help as many entrepreneurs as i can: simplify their business and create their freedom
I'm a wife, dog mom, auntie, and I love the game of entrepreneurship.
We live in a world of long term strategies (aka Facebook, Instagram, etc.) and we kill ourselves to make those long-term strategies work faster. The average person spends 26 hours a week working on "marketing" their business. That's not including the day to day calls or admin duties. So, when are you living your life? Are those hours making you money? I'm going to say the return on investment isn't worth it and it's definitely not scalable. It's like working in an environment with an atomic bomb. Let’s be real...that atomic bomb is burnout and your cash flow is inconsistent.
so tell me
what's your return on investment