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I help girlbosses feel worthy and deserving of money so they can make their first $5k in business with ease.
HEY, I'M SWATI!
The one thing I want you to know about me, if nothing else? I've been there.
Yes. I've been exactly where you are right now: plagued by self-doubt, fearful of increasing my rates, and struggling to grow my business and make my first $5k.
And I realised, a little too late, that the reason I felt all those things was because I didn't have the right beliefs. I didn't have the right thoughts.
I didn't have the right mindset.
When I first started freelance editing, 3+ years ago, I charged as low as $50 for editing a 300-page novel that would take me at least 10-15 hours to edit.
Guess how long it took me to make bank in this business? Well over a year.
When I first started coaching 7+ months ago, I decided to charge $400 a month for my first client.
Guess how long it took me to make my first $5k in business? Way longer than I'd care to admit.
Why did this happen?
Because I was scared shitless that nobody would hire me if my rates weren't "competitive" or "cheap". I felt like I didn't have the right experience or expertise for a thriving business. I was, on some level, scared of making more money -- especially because I grew up rich and thought making money means sacrificing relationships.
What that did was a) with my freelance biz, I was selling myself short and overworking just to make ends meet, and b) with my coaching, I was charging so low I had to depend on my editing business to cover my expenses -- even though coaching is a billion-dollar industry.
And then I hired my business coach.
I'll be honest, I felt like I had hit rock-bottom before this. I was crying most nights, complaining to my friends about how I had been working SO hard for SO long without seeing any results, and why was the world out to get me?
When I met my coach, things changed from the get-go. She called me out on my frail mindset and my weak marketing strategy. She told me I had the right intentions but not the right direction. And she showed me my unbounded potential and how much I deserved to roll in cash... as long as I worked towards it.
In the next few weeks, I worked on overcoming my mindset blocks, tightening up my sales strategy, and actually getting specific on my ideal client instead of trying to serve everyone, and I watched my businesses turn around.
Now I was charging over $500 for the same editing projects, and getting over 5-6 clients a month. Now I was confidently selling my coaching services on video, building relationships with potential soulmate clients, and actually making sales.
Now, I want to help you get there too.
Working with my coach has taught me three things: 1) accepting help doesn't make you "weak", it makes you smart; 2) having the right mindset and the right goals is way more important than your skillset or your talents; and 3) you deserve to dream big, aim high, and take consistent action so you can live your best business life.