Wouldn’t it be really cool if you woke up every morning feeling like a hungry puma, ready to pounce on life?

I actually have no idea what that means, but I imagine it’s a pretty exhilarating feeling and it also sounds fun.

Here’s the thing. I think we’re finally starting to figure it out. This long-kept secret that we can actually spend our days doing precisely what we want to do, break the rules we once thought were so important, act on our passions and actually have an impact on this world is not so secretive anymore.

We’re at the forefront of a revolution here, girls! Get pumped. If you choose, and it is most definitely a conscious choice, you can ditch the society-focused “real job” or go after one that fits your soul, have more freedom, more fun, learn lessons through actual practice, and change your life (and others’) along the way. You simply have to shift your mindset and take action.

My motto is this: It’s not rocket science, but even rocket science can be learned.

Entrepreneurship/being your own boss/living the dream isn’t easy and to say there’s no risk involved is a lie. But there is an opportunity cost associated to every decision we make. So is it really less risky to spend your days (I read somewhere that the average person only gets 27,000 of them in a lifetime) dreading what’s to come, feeling unfulfilled, and allowing your happiness to be dependent upon some futuristic happening or 5 o’clock Friday? I lived that life and it wasn’t the one for me.

I’m not trying to talk you into anything, because just like jazz and espresso aren’t for everyone, neither is any one particular lifestyle. It’s just that I’ve witnessed, countless times, what happens when “going for it” becomes a habit. and a kick-ass life full of passion, and feeling joyful with each eye opening, now that’s just a human entitlement IMHO (in my honest opinion, for my non-acronym friends).


Enter SheFound(h)ers.

The one-stop shop, if you will, created to inspire the young, ambitious chicks of the world to find a state of flow in work and in life.

If I’ve learned nothing else through my own endeavors and failures, these two lessons are the most important:

1.)    Inspiration is perishable, but quickly renewed with stories of determination and success.

2.)    Action trumps everything. You can be the smartest, most talented cookie on Earth, but if you aren’t acting on the things you want, it ain’t gonna happen, sister.

Harsh? Nah, just true.


I wanted to create a place where I could send my girlfriends when they called me to say (real-life examples here):

“I have this great idea, but I have no idea what to do with it.”

“Holy mother of God, Friday can’t come soon enough. Is this really it? Is this life?”

“I’m making really good money. They keep telling me how far I can go with this company, but I’m freaking miserable. I feel stuck.”

“I think I need to meditate. I’m always stressed and I have more acne at 27 than I did in junior high. Being an adult is bad for my health and my skin! How will I ever find a husband?”


Perk up, ladies. Your miserable job and stressful environment don’t have to be it for life and you probably do need to meditate or at least breathe more (exhales should be twice as long as inhales). The thing is- your happiness should not and cannot be dependent on what’s to come.

Easier said than done. Believe me, I know.

Being pumped up right now and feeling excitement and gratitude about this very day while also actively working toward the big things you want- that’s the sweet spot.

That’s finding a state of flow and it’s exactly what this site and the SheFound(h)ers podcast is  intended to help you do.

The thing about entrepreneurship is that it’s truly a state of mind. You don’t even have to want to be your own boss and your  fantasies may revolve around landing a job at some awesomely hip company. What remains equal, regardless of your actual goal, is that you must think like an entrepreneur, go after the things you want, and work hard to make whatever that is your new reality.

Oh, and like drinking champagne and eating pounds of dark chocolate, while it’s incredibly rewarding and fun to do alone, it’s a billion times better with friends. I’ll be your first friend and we’ll find more!

A few things you should know about me:

“Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.” -Jim Rohn



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“You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” -Zig Ziglar

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