HEY! I'M ASHLEIGH!
Manager, Mentor & Mindful Mama.
Getting straight to the point, our work together will take you from being every-day-I'm-hustling, to becoming the true CEO of your business.
Because let's face it, who cares how many social media followers you have or what your "potential" online exposure is if you're not cashing it in?
They've been up for awards like these:
My current clients and business partners have been featured on:
And they all now have multiple revenue streams.
Just like you, they started out doing one thing really well (think elite salesmen, prominent coaches or master providers).
But as celebrities and/or industry elites, they weren't capitalizing on their entire platform. Their wide (and timely) reach was going to waste.
And in today's world, being good in one area means you have to keep hustling to stay alive. To stay relevant. Heck, to stay afloat in business.
How do I know what I know? How do I do what I do?
Born an Entrepreneur
My parents were serial entrepreneurs. My first sales pitch was at six years old when customers came into our family's store and I sold them it was the right time because we were having an "anniversary sale." I was involved in all of my parent's businesses. Talking business, strategy, customer growth, profits and revenue was natural dinnertime conversation. This conversation is as natural to me now as is breathing.
To the Point Organizer
I worked for years as a business analyst, requirements developer and then Project Manager designing, implementing and releasing some bad*ss tools to help make the government more efficient and the US a safer place. This work drilled in how to make change *easy* and organized.
It's super annoying when someone calls themselves a motivator. It's cheesy and sounds fake. That said, in order to get people to move forward with change, newness or anything they want or need to do, they have to feel not only comfortable with the change, but excited. I am an ENFP-T (aka the Campaigner) by nature. I've been called the Oprah of Project Management. My energy backed up with information moves people forward.
Trained Communications Coach
I randomly went to a real-life coaching school where I met the most interesting, caring people from all walks of life. Think Silicon Valley to Colorado Woods. Hippie, witches and conservatives - OH MY! Now I use the power and meaning behind the words and the process of communication to build relationships, develop long-term customers and to increase marketing power and sales.
Real Life Experience
Did I mention I had my own consulting firm? My partner and I within two years grew our firm to 20 employees and contractors working under our seven-figure umbrella. I sold my piece of the pie when I had my babies. I loved the work, but wanted to focus on my girls when they came.
Online Marketing Maven
Once my girls grew big enough, I started a podcast for mom business owners. I wanted to know: How do they do it all? And then some. As the Host of Mompreneur on Fire, I had to quickly learn how to get more than eight listeners and 10 people on my website. That's when I realized having a number of followers and listeners didn't matter, what mattered was how one could turn existing and future traffic into real, live revenue.
Master Multi-Tasker While Able to Focus
I am a parent now. A mom who has to manage drop-offs, pick-ups and activities too. My time is limited. My time is focused. And strategically focused.
Now my work is focused on helping business owners add revenue streams to their business by systematizing their work and by taking advantage of the most effective online strategies.
And next I'm building a power squad.
I'm building a squad. A women’s squad. No Taylor Swift. No Skinny Girls. And no balding white men trying to tell me what they think I should do.
I have kids.
I have businesses.
I have siblings.
I have bosses.
I have a house that is a disaster 10 seconds after it’s been cleaned.
I have mortgages. (Well, one.)
I have drop off and pick up.
I have conferences day in and day out. ALL.DAY.LONG.
I have to make/bring snacks for the class every Monday.