You Did It.
You are now a business owner crushing it in your industry:
but at the time same...
the workload is crushing you.
You've put in the hard work, clocked overtime in your business and have gone above and beyond for your clients. You've built a pretty successful business but you're ready for more.
You've hired the employees, started to delegate tasks, although somehow business seemed to feel a little less stressful when you were small and mighty.
You know exactly how your business should run; just wish you could duplicate 6 of you to make it work.
You Shouldn’t Be Working
You're ready for YOUR freedom, your turn for flexibility in your business. More time for vacations, bigger $$$ months, more opportunities to get your gifts into the hands those who need it, without having to think about your business 24/7.
Putting out fires and dodging chaos almost every time you step away.
Your Coach, Natasha
Visionary and Integrator (VI) Natasha O’Banion stepped out on blind faith to stop trading time for financial freedom. Then, an Automotive Financial Sales Manager Natasha decided to start over. Without much thought she packed up her life in Washington, DC for the sunny state of Florida.
A true dog lover, Natasha and her two dogs Renzo and Ruby enjoyed five months on the beach before deciding to start a pet care business. Natasha was able to take her sales, HR and white glove customer relations experience to scale, 6 figures in her first 6 months. Several employees and four states later she credits, clear plan on company, people and process. Her process now duplicates worldwide as she continues the mission to help business owners create operations that work on their terms.
Now wife and mother to three beautiful girls, Natasha wholeheartedly believes and exemplifies that your business should work for you and your family. Your vision- the destination, your team- the driver and your systems- direct traffic.
When Natasha isn’t helping her clients, you can find her travelling with her husband and children or spending time at the park with their four fur babies.