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Serious question-- have you 𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐫 met anyone who started a business without having to invest money in it? ⁣...

Serious question-- have you 𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐫 met anyone who started a business without having to invest money in it? ⁣

When I had a sewing business, I paid for a website, I bought the $1,000 sewing machine, the fabric and thread, I paid for the business license, the postage, etc.⁣

Not to mention the travel time for in-person delivers and the marketing costs!⁣

So it absolutely blows my mind when I talk to someone who is interested in doing what I do as a Coach and can't believe they'd have to invest money in it. ⁣

When I considered creating a space in my home to train private clients, or even traveling to them, the start up costs were astronomical. I thought about creating my own content. Hiring a crew, an editor--the works. I didn't even finalize my business plan before I realized that the amount of money I'd have to borrow to do this would put my family in debt for years. ⁣

"I want to do my own thing." "I don't want to sell shit." "I'm too qualified." "I don't want to sell out." ⁣
I hear this kind of stuff from other women in the fitness industry all. the. time. and at one point I thought it too.⁣

I thought I had to 'go it alone' in order to be legit. ⁣

It was such a bullshit story that held me back longer than I care to admit. ⁣

Drop the freaking ego, ladies, and realize that if you don't have to invest something in a business, you're not a business owner--you're an employee. ⁣

I was tired of building someone else's dream. I wanted to build something I could be proud of--and yes, that costs money. But when you can recoup your initial investment in the first week of opening your figurative doors (if you show up and do the work--it's not a get rich quick scheme, thanks.) I'd say that's pretty freaking legit. I’m hosting a webinar on Sunday night for anyone who wants to learn more about what I do. Fill out the form here to grab your spot πŸ“²www.meganholmesfitness.com/applynow

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