Melissa Ingold on how to juggle a successful business, motherhood, and marriage

Podcast Overview:

This interview with Melissa is extremely inspiring. Melissa has gone through a lot – teenage pregnancy, extreme poverty, single parenting, the death of one of her children… and she STILL created a life she can be proud of. She built a highly sought after service business from the ground up, creates 100 plus new products every year, runs six different monthly membership programs, is an AFFILIATE MARKETER and has created a slew of fun projects with amazing joint venture partners. She talks about how to outsource effectively, how to focus on Faith, Freedom, and Joy, and how to choose a life you’re proud of.

Melissa’s Bio:

Melissa believes that an entrepreneur truly steps into their power and joy when they shift out of their self-assigned job as task doer and realign themselves with their true role as the visionary creator for their business. Overcoming teen pregnancy, single parenting, poverty and no business experience, Melissa built a highly sought after service business from the ground up.However, after five years of running her business single handedly while taking care of two young children, a husband and managing a household, she was exhausted, frustrated and just wanted to throw in the towel, crawl into bed and hide under the covers until it all went away. What she quickly discovered is that her rock bottom breakdown was actually disguised as a life-changing breakthrough.In 2006, desperate to escape the cage her business had built around her, Melissa took a leap of faith and hired her first virtual assistant. It was a move that would change the course of her business and life forever. Over the next few years, in her new role as the visionary creator in her business, she transitioned out of the service industry, hired more help, restructured and streamlined her business model and designed a business around her life rather than forcing her life to conform to her business.By 2010, Melissa’s team had been running her business for almost two years so she could work just a few hours a week and devote the rest of her life to taking care of her third child, a baby boy with special needs. In mid-June of that same year, her son passed away in his sleep just eight days before his second birthday. Today, Melissa attributes outsourcing and the support of her team for the magic that kept her business growing and MAKING MONEY while she had the freedom of time to cherish every moment with her son.Melissa now runs several successful businesses with the help of her fabulous team. She creates 100 plus new products every year, runs six different monthly membership programs, is an AFFILIATE MARKETER and has created a slew of fun projects with amazing joint venture partners. After the loss of her son a few years ago, Melissa is opening up about her experiences and sharing her message about outsourcing to help other entrepreneurs bridge the gap between a business that takes all your time, energy and joy to one that works for you and supports you in creating the life you’ve always dreamed about.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

TimeFreedomBusiness.com – Melissa’s flagship site.

Episode Transcript

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