For a long time, Stacey Berger liked her life.
She’d climbed high on the corporate ladder, reached an executive position and made a six-figure salary. She lived in a beautiful home, drove a nice car, was married to her best friend, Jeff, and had three little children.
What more could she want?
Then, one morning she woke up and realized she hadn’t been happy for a long time. She wasn’t making an impact in a career that didn’t even align with her core values. Plus, she wasn’t okay anymore with leaving the house while her kids were still in bed and coming home when everyone was asleep.
“I was tucking my kids into bed one night. I realized that I was exchanging their childhood for work that I didn’t even love anymore. I realized that I’d been waiting over two years for convenience and comfort, but convenience and comfort never show up when you want them to.”
Right then, Stacey made a decision to end her 16-year career as a corporate executive.
Soon after, Stacey discovered the Brave Thinking Institute and immediately knew that she wanted to be a life coach. So she signed up to become a certified Life Mastery Consultant and within the first year, made $109,000.
Though she was much happier, she still longed for more time and money freedom. Her life was better than ever, but she refused to limit herself and didn’t stop there.
She enrolled into Brave Thinking Masters because she knew that surrounding herself with a structure of support was essential if she wanted to accomplish her dreams.
“As I invested at that level in myself, my clients started to invest at that level in themselves. My income started to go up. That year I earned $250,000 as a speaker, teacher and coach.”
Stacey is still investing in this structure of support to this day, and has generated over a million dollars in four years!
In her words:
“I have true time freedom now. The relationship that Jeff and I have today… we’re connected at a different level and we’re building our dreams together. I no longer come home to a dark house. I walk my kids to the bus. We were driving to school this week and I was talking to them about their mental powers and abilities. To share these principles with them at this age… how do you put a price on that?”