About Jenny Joy
Jenny and I met in Todd Herman’s 90 Day Year in 2015. She is a force: mom, serious entrepreneur, focused, intelligent, so beautiful (inside and out), and a real joy to be around (pun totally intended). The first time I saw her picture and bio, I was hooked and knew I would have to connect with her. A few months later, we did connect and I’m so happy we did. I believe we have many soul mates, people we are supposed to meet in this lifetime, and Jenny is one of mine.
I really think you’ll enjoy her story and appreciate her perspective.
Topics Covered in this Episode:
In our conversation, you’ll hear how Jenny went from accidental homeschool mom, to serious homeschool mom, to entrepreneur… shedding layers and making BIG at each stage.
See what it took for her to make the leaps, the challenges she took on, how she went from stay-at-home mom with no real work history to over $400,000 in annual revenue in her cleaning business in just a few short years (Ruby Red Cleaning in Orlando FL, in case you were wondering–and yes, they wear red shoes!), and lots of good takeaways.
We talk about a surreal moment where Jenny’s world stood still as she shifted. The shift? For the first time in her life she realized her happiness is a factor that should be considered. We also talk about…
- Life as both a labyrinth and a rosebush,
- Continuing to face your fears,
- Choosing curiosity as a response to fear, and
- Switching into the essence of who we are
Let’s Continue the Conversation!
The stuff I wish I would have covered. The stuff that came up for you. Everything in between. Let’s talk about it in the Facebook group!
I don’t know about you, but I love sharing a space with amazing women who are taking accountability for what they’re experiencing in the world! It’s kind of awesome. (Okay, better than “kind of awesome”.)
I so appreciate the bright minds who give time and energy to this endeavor! Here’s who helped make this episode possible:
Podcast Instrumental: Tazed Audio Bros.
Podcast audio editing: Tazed Audio Bros.
Logo Design: Dana Cherie
Image used in creating logo: Kylee and Christian Creative