Ep. 63 Handling a Divorce When You Are a Solopreneur with Jessie Ford
with Jessie Ford
"We can't control what happens to us, but we can control how we react to a situation, as insane, and unexpected, and chaotic as it is. Something that might make those situations a little bit easier is the preparation in just having a little bit of organization to your personal life and to your business.
Discussed in this Episode...
How Did Jessie Handle the Transition to a Single Income as an Entrepreneur?
What are Some Things we Should Have in Place Before a Crisis?
How Systems and Extra Layer of Freedom and Confidence
- How did Jessie find the confidence to say, “I can make this business really provide for me on my own”?
- The value of having a “quick cash” offer that you can use
- The Value of a Community in a Crisis
More about Jessie:
Jessie is the owner and designer behind Untethered, a boutique + bespoke branding and design studio for female founders ready to elevate their business with a professional visual brand and website quickly, so that they can attract their ideal clients and book out their services faster. She is an Ohio native currently living in Oklahoma with her dog, Bode. When she isn’t designing behind a computer, she is usually on a horse, competing in barrel racing events around the country.
More about Lani Jackson:
Lani is a mom to 6 kids, and wife to her husband of 15 years. She survives on caffeine, laughing with her kids, cooking in the kitchen, hiding in the pantry eating chocolate, and helping other women know they are not alone in the chaos of motherhood & their entrepreneur journey.
She is a Clarity & Strategy Coach for mom entrepreneurs! Helping them to create flexible strategies that adjust and move with the chaos of mom life, but still bring consistent monthly income. Her mission is to help mompreneurs get out of survival mode, release the mom guilt, and create a clear plan of action that will help them reach their dreams of consistent monthly income, flexibility, and freedom.