"After realizing my passion for coaching, I began to resent working for someone else. I felt like I was wasting time doing what I “liked” vs doing what I was born to do. It began to weigh on me. I felt drained at my “job” each day. I felt a calling to lead and do more.. but I was scared. I was scared of “what ifs” and ultimately the fear of failure. I was letting what seemed “safe” prevent me from stepping into my dream lifestyle.
Finally, I left the job at the gym and pursued my business full time. It was scary but I finally felt FREE. Now it was time to run an actual business - and my part time coaching was lacking biz formalities. I started following social media business accounts and enrolled in several online courses but they didn’t help. I still wasn’t reaching the women I wanted to serve.
Once I heard Rachel speak on podcasts and Instagram, I knew she had the tools I needed. From there, I looked in to OCA. It felt different than other programs and I loved the transparency of it. She wasn't caught in the hype like others, they simply created a proven formula for business growth that's instantly applicable and easy to follow.
The ethics and culture of OCA attracted me because I take my role as a coach seriously. I needed a mentor who would show me how to be a successful and ethical business owner.
Because I had never invested in mentorship, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was blown away by the value I got for what I invested. That doesn’t happen anymore in this industry. In fact, when I hear of coaches blowing $10k+ on more programs only to make a few grand it makes me cringe.
In OCA, I made my investment back in less than 30 days. I had my first $10k month before the 90 days was over. I created my DREAM business that attracts DREAM clients, and I consistently generated $20k launches. I know there is a lot of hype out there '7 figure this' or '6 figure that'.. but OCA is the real deal. I am so grateful now to do what I love, make a difference, and have abundance for my family. I thank God for OCA and experience of working with Rachel, who I now consider family."