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Jessie Harris Bouton

When I first started my coaching business...

I was the definition of hustle: 

  • Charging low-ticket prices for my work and over-giving like crazy because I was afraid of not being good enough.
  • Sacrificing myself and my family to work on growing my dream business.
  • Doing ALL. THE. THINGS. in my business -  you name it - website, graphics, sales calls, scheduling, writing content, bookkeeping and the list goes on.

I was in love with the idea of starting an online business and the opportunities it could give me BUT it was freaking hard as heck to do in a way that served me as much as it served my clients.

I'm not afraid to admit that at one time, I've Cried More Tears Building My Business Than Raising My Babies.

My biggest problem was that I was under-selling myself, leaving MILLIONS on the table, running my business from fear.  Let me explain...

You can't run a coaching business trying to sell $250 sessions or even $497 group programs.  There's just enough time in the day or enough traffic to generate the type of income I needed to justify everything I was sacrificing and eventually that led me to exhaustion and burnout ready to give up. 


It was in this moment that I realized, I needed to build my business around my dream life and the Millionaire Mompreneur Project was born...


There's a whole story.  But what you'll be most interested to know is that I went from making $30k/year to making $30k in 30 days.

I actually share the exact 3 step system I used in my free training at this link.

What allowed me to get those massive results so fast was having the right combination of a winning mindset and a winning strategy.

It wasn't easy.  I had to learn it and I had to choose it.  But it was WORTH IT.

It's time for you to rise from your own limiting beliefs and past traumas because God has something way bigger in store for you where you step into a clear path of purpose and prosperity.

You're always one decision away from a totally different life.

As Nelson Mandela said, "May your choices reflect your hopes and not your fears".