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As a child, Jessica Peresta fell in love with music as an escape from her tumultuous home life. Though she initially planned to travel the world as a concert pianist, she instead decided to give the gift of music to kids struggling at home or in school. So, she got her teaching degree and became an inner city school music teacher. With no provided materials or past instructors to guide her, she created a curriculum…

Danielle Binns’ first child was born extremely underweight and quickly became a picky eater as she got older. Because she rarely touched her food at the dinner table, Danielle went back to school to understand why. She created what she now calls her Picky Eating Protocol, and after having major success with her daughter, other parents wanted to know how she did it. Now, at Danielle Binns Nutrition, she helps families thrive through holistic health…

Growing up, Lisa K always wanted to know how the world worked. She studied psychobiology and electrical engineering, but when she became a stay at home mom, she wanted to learn about what science didn’t teach. She wanted to know how people like Steve Jobs and Sir Richard Branson used their intuition to make big decisions, and discovered that with the right training, anyone could do it. Now, through the Intuition Development Circle, Lisa teaches…

 Melissa Pruitt spent years going to school to become a psychologist before discovering it wasn’t for her. Her husband Paul, built a multi-million dollar real estate business, then lost everything in 2008. While she was discovering that helping others in business and social media marketing utilized her education in a whole new way, Paul reinvented himself as a photographer. Together, they created their membership site The Dream 100 – a private, personalized coaching and accountability…

Tracy Roesch Williams had a good job and was making great money, but felt like there was something more that she needed to do. In working with a career counselor, she learned how to listen to her heart and create a plan for professional success that did more than just follow the money. As a result, Tracy decided to launch a business of her own, Visions to Profits, where she helps women between the ages…

Julie Dueck wasn’t happy with any of the quilting shops in her area, so she started her own. But after she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that required major surgery, she struggled to pay the bills and had to close shop. Now, at Quilt For Joy, Julie serves quilters who have lost their passion and want to get back into it. She connects a like-minded community of quilters and gives them permission to create…

Storyteller, actress, and theater writer Maryrose Wood never anticipated becoming a novelist. However, in her early 40s, she got herself a 2-book deal with Random House, despite having never written a word of fiction in her life. She went on to create The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place – a hugely successful 6-book series. When the series ended in 2018, she had a hungry fanbase that wanted to stay in her world – and stay…

Jamie Sears thought she had found her dream job as a lobbyist for the Arizona Supreme Court. However, after she had children, she wanted to work less hours, be more present, and spend her days hanging out with family. Despite her initial reluctance, she decided to go back to school to become a teacher. She struggled in her first year in the classroom. However, when she shifted her mindset and allowed her students to participate…

Dan Netting knew from an early age that he didn’t want a boss. After trying and failing to make it as an affiliate marketer, he eventually decided to launch a new online business that provided real value and made the most of his passion: motorcycles. In the year that followed, he created his first eBooks and courses, and began growing his audience online. Now, at Life At Lean, he helps fellow riders learn fundamental skills…

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