I'm Meghann, but you can call me Meg. All my favorite people do. I want to be up front by saying I've lived a life that's anything but tidy. You're welcome to let it all hang out around here.
I'm a slightly badass urban wildflower navigating many of the same roles of womanhood you are and I want to be on your team. I want to be the girl that guides + empowers you to step into your own badassery.
Although I’m a licensed Go + Tell Gals Coach, it’s the colorful story of my own life that equipped me to coach women. Instead of fortune 500 companies, you'll find a divorce, single motherhood, marriage, career disappointments, and relocation on my resume--and maybe a few official leadership positions, too.
You, me, + self-care. Cue a plethora of ideas + definitions.
I get it. Self-care is such a hot phrase right now and carries as many negative connotations as it does positive. I’m here to reassure you that it doesn’t have to be selfish, superficial, or overly time-consuming. It's the key to the cages you're feeling trapped in!
Turn Inward + Upward
I learned the practice of turning inward + upward first when I felt burnt out or stuck in a relationship or with my circumstances in general. Have you ever considered providing for yourself what you’re missing from others? Do you go to your Creator for deep connection and answers? As I cultivated my relationship with self + Spirit, I was able to boldly step into my slightly badass self, let loose, and have a little fun. Sister, it's been so freeing.!
Sister friend, your Creator wants the same freedom for you.
Imagine how you might show up in your marriage, motherhood, friendships, or work relationships if you weren’t so hungry for validation + affection. How might others engage with you differently?
God told us about self-care. Jesus illustrated + instructed it.
Are you ready to live in agreement?
Here are a few life events that built + fuel the coach you'll be working with.
After seven years and a baby, my first husband walked away. I was left feeling lonely, lost, and rejected. I wasn't a fabulous single mom but I did learn a lot about what not to do.
My second marriage has its ups + downs. We've had a lot of baggage to unpack. I've learned to practice letting go of control and loving myself in order to love my husband better.
Moving over 600mi away from my hometown was exciting + lonely. I had to figure out what kind of friendships + community I wanted, then basically create it for myself. It took creativity, authenticity, and courage.
To lead a successful business you need a healthy business owner + thriving community. In network marketing I am often told "its relationship marketing, so its easy." Girl, relationships are already hard. Add business + money to the mix, and things can get complicated.