That was me – and not all that long ago.
By spring 2017, I started struggling to get out of bed because of the stress from:
- Suffocating student-loan debt;
- Lackluster home-business growth;
- Frustrating family relationships;
- A new chronic illness diagnosis…
Outwardly, certain things seemed fine.
But inwardly, I felt lost.
And life as I knew it felt completely flipped on its head.
A Tipping Point
A tipping point was the day I went for another post-op check-up. Like check-ups before, I sat there on that crinkly-paper-covered exam table. But this time was different from the others.
My nurse practitioner Pam had examined me after each of my surgeries that year. But this time she used two words that scared me:
What followed were four weeks of a medically mandated reduction in hours at my job as a content writer for a bustling marketing firm.
A health issue was becoming a life crisis.
In those four weeks, I had time to think—a lot of time to think. By God’s grace, one revelation from that time of reflection was this:
Every upsetting crisis can be an uplifting catalyst.
IF you want it to be, God can transform the “worst” thing happening to you right now into one of the best things. There are some steps only you can take, though.
Maybe you’re bounding out of bed with all the energy, hope, confidence you could want? Then you’re seeing this for someone you love…
…someone who’s closer than you realize. Someone like I was—quietly struggling and secretly misusing my prescription pain meds to numb the emotional pain.
Pam’s words echoed often: “…deep depression….” I knew some things needed to change. I just didn’t know what. And I definitely didn’t know how.
But I did know the when: as soon as possible.
That’s how a tipping point became a turning point.
A Turning Point
Some amazing home-business teammates, namely Kayla Howard, kept mentioning this “First Steps to Success” thing, and that another was coming up!
With a full money-back guarantee and results-filled story after story over at DaniJohnson.com, I figured I had nothing to lose—except some discouragement.
Since taking my first chance on First Steps, every area of my life has been positively impacted.
I even have more hope for healing from that chronic illness. Even Pam noticed. At a more recent checkup, she couldn’t believe the difference:
“I don’t know what you’re doing, but keep doing it—because the woman who’s here now is not the same woman who was here last time.”
She’s right—since my first First Steps:
- There’s been healing in once-strained family relationships.
- I’ve paid off nearly $3,000 in debt (and counting).
- I’ve found a proven strategy for annihilating that student-loan debt faster.
- My once-floundering home business has increased by more than 7x.
- I even ended up in my best dating relationship ever (we met at a DaniJohnson.com event)!
It’s your turn(ing) point:
No excuse is worth sacrificing your freedom for.
If you don’t step out now, there’s no guarantee you’ll get this chance again. Only you can take this step. (There is, however, a guarantee at the event.)
So you’ve got nothing to lose except what you don’t even realize is holding you back from the quality of life and freedom that you secretly long for.
Do you really want things to get better?
If you’re serious about that:
Then your first steps start now.
Not after you’ve thought about it more.
Not after you’ve entertained the excuses.
Not after you’ve collected opinions from people who lack results…
…your First Steps start now: