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How to Live Life On Your Own Terms



Back in 2013 I was in a corporate job, I was exhausted, and for the third time, on the verge of burnout. Thankfully, my role ended abruptly and unexpectedly, being the catalyst for moving into the next decade of my career, this time in self-employment.


When I found myself unemployed, it was an opportunity to take a different path. The question that quickly came to mind was: What do I do now?


I’d previously run a couple of very small businesses and the idea of being free to not only plan my days, but to make the decisions appealed big time.


Even though it was a tough call, I knew if I worked hard enough, I could make it work.


At the time, my husband was working a corporate job away from home and I wanted a business to provide me with the ultimate in flexibility in terms of where I worked. Having been employed as a copywriter some years prior, and as a technical writing contractor, I knew I could draw on these skills, and that this was work I could do anywhere.


Taking the bold step to start my own copywriting business was the verdict of much contemplation. This meant I work from home or travel with my husband each week if I so desired. It was the perfect solution.


Now, over a decade later, I’m still self-employed. With two businesses, a furniture paint company, and as a author, speaker, and mentor.


I’ve always done life a little bit differently and when it came to writing my first book, Flourish, it was hardly surprising the subtitle ended up being—Trust Your Gut & Live Life On Your Own Terms. If you’ve not read Flourish, here’s what it will help you to:

  • Listen to your quiet voice within.

  • Discover what is holding you back.

  • Face and move through your challenges.

  • Plan your next steps.

  • Nurture yourself through the process.

  • Experience the pure joy that comes from releasing a lifelong dream.


This is your opportunity to go after what you truly want, to trust your gut and live life on your own terms, because you deserve to Flourish, too.


With love,

Kathryn x

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