Have you seen me around... knee-deep in something wellness (or Welltodo) related? Or did you find yourself here by chance?
Either way, I'm Lauren. I am an entrepreneur, business mentor and success coach.
And in more ways than one, I'm just like you.
Since founding Welltodo in 2014 as a passion project – and then eventually transforming it into a profitable 6-figure business – I've learnt an awful lot about what it takes to launch and grow a successful startup; and how fear, doubt, and a whole host of limiting beliefs, can really get in the way.
I've had the sleepless nights, experienced the isolation, fretted over financials, and been brought to my knees by never-ending to do lists. I've been down to a double digit bank balance and asked myself (tears streaming) whether it's all really worth it.
Sound frightfully familiar?
What came next, were some startling realisations that changed everything. The first: that we simply aren't meant to do this alone.
With some big shifts in thinking – including a brand new 'money story' – I discovered that success, wealth, and freedom aren't reserved for a select or special few. I discovered, after a significant investment in my own business coach and personal development, that – with the right tools – it is possible for anyone, including me.
Now, I'm here to say that it is possible for you, too.
Are you ready to take control of your time, your cashflow, and get your priorities in order?
Are you ready to shelve the fear of failure, get out of your own way, and move ahead?
Are you ready to realise the lifestyle you imagined and have the dream business you set out to create in the first place?
After all, isn't being your own boss meant to be the best decision you ever made?
Lauren Armes is the Founder of Welltodo. She has met and interviewed hundreds of successful entrepreneurs and mindset gurus, from Gabrielle Bernstein to Daniel Lubetzky, and is obsessed with uncovering the secrets to jumping in (and surviving).
She has been featured in The Times, Evening Standard, Glamour, BBC, and more, and writes a monthly column for Women's Health about entrepreneurship and wellness.