Hi, I'm Susan 👋
I Simplify The Steps For You
My first (and last) job
At 8 years old, I started working as a newspaper carrier. Over the years I’ve done it all, and every J.O.B. has left me unsatisfied and unhappy. It wasn’t until I went full-time with my online business that I found satisfaction and happiness.
Favorite Past time
I love watching sappy romance movies, golfing, being active outdoors and coaching volleyball.
Family & Love
My three children are my life! They’ve grown into young adults through all the ups and downs life has thrown at me over the years. I share love with a generous, loving man whom I have been with for 8+ years. Our love story started on Match when I told him he was horrible at grammar because he said he was a grammar God, little did he know I was a freelancing editor. 😂 He has been through the dark, stormy and sunny entrepreneurial journey – I wouldn’t be where I am today if it weren’t for his support!
If I could start over
If I could go back to my first attempt at a business, I would tell myself to GO FOR IT, there’s no such thing as perfectionism, and yes, something is better than nothing. Over the years, I’ve found myself caught up in shiny objects, and all this does is keep you from succeeding and happiness. But, all my mistakes, failures and debts have made me the person I am today – stronger!
How I got started as an entrepreneur
I built a blog while starting a dictation company for medical professionals. I used those skills to build another website for my patented project. And from there, I wrote and helped others write their books, build marketing campaigns, and learn all about business and online businesses.
My proudest moment
Without a doubt… becoming a mother! After years of heartache, when I finally became a mother for the first, second and third time, I knew there would be no other proudest moment.
My biggest 'failure'
I’ve had many, however one of the doozies several years ago was investing in an inner circle for a ridiculous $25,000 + that hyped and promised big results, but ended in $12,000 debt. What’s worse is that I took half the money from my kids’ college fund. BIG lesson learned.
My guilty pleasure
Ice cream treats from a local family owned shop. They custom make a royal treat or me.