Hi pet business owner,
If you’re feeling exhausted and overwhelmed from running your business day after day, and when you do get a little time, you don’t know what to focus on or where to put your energy, I understand.
I’ve been where you are and it’s a painful place to be.
But… there’s hope. Things can get better!
This empowering 28-day bootcamp will help you focus each day on actions that can increase your sense of well-being, connection, clarity and even income!
If you’re tired of feeling drained and depleted and don’t know where to put your focus and attention when it comes to your personal life and business, there is no better time than RIGHT NOW to change things for the better.
You deserve to finally enjoy the truly successful, vibrant life and business you have always wanted to create. Join me and business owners like you on this empowering four-week bootcamp journey to your badass business-owner self!
I look forward to helping you earn more money, create more freedom and financial clarity, and infuse joy in your business and your life when you attend this bootcamp.
Yes, the 28-day bootcamp is online and business owners from all over the world are attending. The only portion of the bootcamp not online is the daily phone call you’ll have with one of your team members each day.
If you or the team member you’re checking in with are outside of your home country, you can simply send each other an email check in by recording a voice memo or schedule a short daily Zoom call to check with each other that way. However, if they are within your country, then you must call them and either check in by leaving them a phone message or check in live if they answer the call. The important part of the check-in calls is that you use your voice to check in, not type a check-in! (As the bootcamp progresses, you’ll understand why this is so helpful and many even find these phone calls comforting even if they usually dislike talking on the phone.)
The bootcamp is only for women, or those who identify as a woman. If that’s you, you’re welcome to attend!
It’s crucial because it’s the date when you’ll find out how to do the bootcamp and you’ll get matched in real time with your cohorts through breakout rooms. For that reason, it’s mandatory that you attend.
Unfortunately that means you’ll be unable to participate in the bootcamp because of the class details being discussed in detail and the cohort matching happening that day.
There are no refunds given nor reschedules available for other bootcamp dates if you’re unable to attend for any reason. Kristin Morrison and her team are working behind the scenes prior to the bootcamp to make sure all runs smoothly for all participants based on how many participants sign up. Changes prior to the bootcamp or during the bootcamp impact the whole group and requires a lot more work for Kristin and her team. For this reason, there are no refunds or date changes made, regardless of the reason.
Please allow up to 2.5 hours in your schedule to attend. It may only be 2 hours but in case the class goes over 2 hours, this way you’ll have it in your calendar.
October 14 is the only mandatory class meeting. There will be three Zoom meetings in total – one is the initial class meeting on October 14 and then there are two optional class dates.
The first optional class date is on October 25 to answer any questions that you may have – exact class time to come; recording will be available for all bootcamp participants).
The second optional class date is a few days after the bootcamp ends (on November 14 – exact class time to come and the recording will be available for all bootcamp participants). This class will announce the bootcamp winners and give you an opportunity to share your bootcamp victories with the larger group, if you wish.
You’ll be sent all the details a few days before the class starts and there’s not much preparation needed! You’ll get all the details you need before the mandatory first class date.
Sure! The five facets of the 28-Day Bootcamp are:
You’ll want to allow a minimum of 33 minutes a day to complete the 5 of the daily tasks. Some days may take you a little longer, some days less time but on average, 33 minutes a day is what you can expect.
You’ll be matched with 2-4 other people in your cohort group.
It happens automatically with breakout rooms.
No. The matching happens randomly so it’s not likely that you’ll get matched with them, unless by chance. Kristin and her team recommend that you trust the random matching process. You may find the people in your group are not who you would have chosen if you’d had the opportunity to choose your group but often the group members end up being exactly what is needed for each group member! You may not feel that at the beginning of the bootcamp but keep an open mind and heart and see if your perspective about your team members changes during the bootcamp.
Unfortunately, we can’t force your teammates to be committed to the process. It’s rare that this happens but sometimes it does. In this case, your group simply gets smaller. It may mean that your rotation of who you call and who calls you changes but your team captain will reorganize that if need be.
Three requirements (all are quick and easy!) 1) you’ll be responsible for sending out the group email and phone list and organizing who will call who each week, 2) you’ll be responsible for collecting the scores each week before Sunday at 5pm Pacific and emailing it to Kristin and her team, 3) If the team changes for any reason (someone drops out, or otherwise gets rearranged), you’ll need to let your teammates know and give them the updated phone/email list.
There are many benefits if you choose to become a team captain. Some of the benefits include: increasing your leadership skills, knowing the group’s weekly score before anyone else and being able to gently encourage your teammates to get a higher score the following week, an increased capacity to organize and, if needed, delegate. Plus a lot more!
You and your teammates will receive complimentary attendance to the next 28-day bootcamp. (Please note, this will be for the immediate next bootcamp and is non-transferable.)
No. Part of why this is a bootcamp is so empowering and can have a lasting impact is that having a set task to do each day helps harness your commitment and focus. For example, for your self-care action, choosing a self-care action that will make the biggest difference in your life, and have it be one that you’re not currently doing. (For example, if you exercise regularly, you’ll want to choose a self-care action that isn’t exercise, while still continuing your regular exercise habit.)
That being said, the giving task can change in terms of what you do from day to day but the 28-day theme will be you seeing a need and acting on it in a way that will help another. That other person can be someone you already know or a stranger and ideally you’re helping a different person each day.
Whatever will make the biggest difference in your life that you’d like to cultivate as a regular, ongoing self-care habit is a good choice! For example: if you don’t exercise regularly then deciding to go on a daily walk or to yoga or the gym every day could be a great choice! Or, if you’re someone who has a hard time relaxing after work or finds yourself only being able to decompress by watching Netflix, scrolling on your phone or drinking a glass of wine, then choosing a healthier relaxing activity could be a good self-care choice for you. For example: you may want to consider a self-care action like enjoying reading a novel, taking a short nap every afternoon, putting yourself to bed at a certain time every night, drinking a mug of tea while sitting quietly or meditating.
It can be anything you choose! It could be purchasing a coffee for the person behind you at a coffee shop. It could be asking your sick neighbor if they’d like you to do a grocery run. It could be as simple as letting someone merge into your lane when you’re driving and you’d rather not take the time to let them get in front of you, or it might be calling a friend or family member who is going through a challenging time and could use some compassionate listening. Your gift or act of kindness does not ever need to cost any money! It may be something you decide to do spontaneously, in the moment, as you see a need arise. Whatever you give that is an act of generosity on your part counts and could have a positive impact for the other person, and for you.
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