Hey, there. Can I pour you a cup of coffee?
My name is Kim, and what I’m going to tell you is worth more than that cup of joe you’re sipping on right there. This is about the strength to pour your own coffee.
My spilling-that-hot-coffee-on-my-pants moment was when I realized that I was going to go nowhere in my job. There was no room for advancement–just room to advance other people.
Uh-uh, no way.
What I realized was the problem: we are teaching people to work for others. I know–I taught high school for 10 years and continue to teach at the university level, teaching people how to act, how to do for others, how to play the game. These are all life skills we must have to survive.
But there’s still value in that education–or I wouldn’t be here. But the value I’ve decided to bring through education is empowerment to better ourselves, better our lives, and better our own bottom line.
You see, I’m not just in this for me. The whole reason I wanted to venture out on my own was because I needed more time for my family. I wanted to take my daughter to school in the morning and not feel guilty at a 9 to 5 that only cared about its bottom line. I needed strength for myself.
So I quit that 9 to 5, and I haven’t looked back.
I’m here to show you how you can take back your life…and enjoy your cup of coffee.
I’m improving my blog coaching program.
Until I’m ready to launch my new program, I invite you to learn more about my 1-1 coaching program at A Cup of Content, where we teach entrepreneurs and small business owners about comprehensive content marketing.
Connect with me. Let’s start a conversation and see if we’re a fit.