Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success.

Welcome back to episode #316! I’m so excited for you to hear today’s episode with a good friend and fellow mastermind member, Natalie Jill Fit. Now I know you may know of Natalie, but have you ever heard how she began her fitness business empire? Did you know she recently hit a breaking point in her life and business that involved needing an intervention? (And yes, you guessed it. She even admits that it was all actually caused by herself). She shares strategies of how she has overcome everything life and business has thrown her way that has led to her greatest bounce back yet! Get ready for a very personal episode where she shares it all.

“I would’ve appeared to anybody like I had this perfect life…” At minute 1:24, Natalie fills us in on her story and her journey to how she got to where she is now. Hear what made her stop feeling sorry for herself and what started to change her life around plus we’re talking about the ups and downs of growth and big failures

“I had killed creative, authentic Natalie, my ego took over…” At minute 14:45, we’re talking about what Natalie would tell her old self looking back on everything and what she would change.

“When you’re authentic and real and show up, it works…” At 18:52 hear how Natalie rebuilt her company to start over, how her podcast started and how it has evolved her business.

“I’m still the same person, I’m just evolving my messaging…” At minute 24:20, we talk about how to decide if we should rebrand or announce a pivot in your business and what Natalie did when her business shifted. Hear how Natalie catches herself when her ego comes into play.

You can connect more with Natalie on her website, and on social media, @nataliejillfit!