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Emily Williams, Success Coach and Entrepreneur

Raise your hand if you went through a quarter life crisis? I sure did. It was more like a quarter life hyperventilation/nervous breakdown. I was in a movie theatre with my brother watching the movie BIG FISH, that Tim Burton movie with Ewan Mcgregor and Albert Finney (aka Daddy Warbucks!)

TEARS streaming down my face during this film. It wasn’t because it was a particularly sad movie. I just couldn’t get my mind off of work and the stress and the lack of sleep and how my boss was a total monster and on and on and on. I was also $30,000 in debt.

I could have really used today’s guest for help back then. Success coach and entrepreneur Emily Williams works with female entrepreneurs all over the world and helps them overcome the financial, emotional and all other obstacles standing in front of their way.

At one point Emily, herself, had $30K in credit card debt and $90K in student loan debt. She had a meltdown in her 20’s and we’ll talk about how she managed to turn things around. When she finally got the idea to launch her own coaching business she went from making just $442, hitting six-figures by month six and growing it to seven figures in under 18 months.

To learn more about Emily visit www.iheartmylife.com. And Emily is providing our audience with a special offer… head to www.iheartmylife.com/somoney to get her “Scared or Rich: 7 Practical Biz Tips to Move Past Fear and Hit Your Mega Money Goals” or follow her on Twitter @IHeartMyLifeNow.

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