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Her Dream

Meet Introverted Empowerment Coach, Stacey Johnson

Say hello to Stacey Johnson from Concord Township, Ohio, USA. Her dream is to have a successful business where she can spend more time doing things she enjoys like spending time with family and traveling.

She also wants to be able to start a scholarship in her late husband’s honor to college students that are non-traditional going into business or construction. 

Stacey, tell us about the work you do and what inspired you to get started.

A little over two years ago, my husband passed away. When I went back to work after being off for a while, I had to work 50 hours a week. I constantly had to figure out how to take time off to take my daughter racing or my mom to doctor appointments. 

I later started working two jobs to pay bills. I was exhausted and I wanted to have more time with my family. I wanted to work with a population that was not going to be aggressive or hurt me as I worked with special needs children. 

In my second job, I was providing therapy to mostly anxious women and I loved it. That’s when I decided I wanted to help as many women as I could. So I looked into coaching. I hired a business coach and I started my business. 

Now, I am a therapist and a women empowerment coach. I have a group coaching program to empower anxious working women to thrive beyond anxiety.

I provide the tools in my anti-anxiety blueprint to overcome anxiety, break free from overthinking, headaches, sleep deprivation and lack of concentration. This allows them to make confident decisions and thrive both personally and professionally.

How has being an introvert affected your life and business?

Being an introvert affects my career since I don’t put myself out on social media as much as I should to get my business to grow. 

However, one advantage is it allows me to be a better listener to the women that come to me.

Can you share a significant lesson you have learned on your journey so far?

A significant lesson is when a potential client says they want to join the program, I should collect at least a small down payment. Don’t give them a chance to think too much. I lost two potential clients due to not collecting a down payment.

What advice would you give to other introverted women who are on a journey to build their dreams?

I would tell introverted women to never give up. Keeping working and being consistent.

Thank you for taking the time to share your story.

If you want to learn more about Stacey Johnson, you can find her here:

Facebook Group: staceyjohnsoncoaching
Instagram: staceyjohnsoncoaching

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