It’s been four years since I followed that voice inside of me and left the body shop.

I walked away from something I loved but something that had taken over my life in a way that was so unhealthy and filled it with toxicity that I couldn’t see straight.

I will never forget the moment when he said “I can’t come back from this, can I?” And without even thinking I simply said no and walked out of the office.

It was terrifying. I had no idea what I was going to do or where I was going to go but I knew that the voice inside of me clearly, so so so clearly, told me it was time to go.

I didn’t know what was in store for me but I had one hell of a resume, a ton of skills, and this little side business I had started about a year previous called Posh Promotions… that and a really big dream to create a life I never really knew was possible but I knew I had to try.

Flash forward and well… I’ve made it work. I’ve more than made it work. I’ve made it amazing. It’s transformed into something truly magical. It’s been one hell of a ride and I wouldn’t trade a minute of it for anything.

I’ve had the highest highs and the lowest lows. I’ve met some incredible humans, had the pleasure of assisting in building several amazing businesses, giving a few an overhaul, and helping countless people discover the possibilities that their life just might be able to resemble their dreams more than they realized.

To say I’m grateful would be an understatement.

That girl who walked through the body shop in high heels with the weight of the world on her shoulders never letting one plate slip, it feels like a different life. But every challenge she faced and every success she had molded me into exactly what I needed to be in order to build what I only dreamt of.

And holy shit, there’s still so much more in store for me.

My biggest lesson from that day four years ago, leap and build your wings on the way down.

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