The worldwide women’s empowerment movement is AWESOME. Yet it’s also misleading women in a huge way.

The “You can have it all” message might bond the sisterhood, yet it doesn’t make any sense.

When you have limited time and energy, how can you have it all?

Of course, that depends on how you define “all.” From a spiritual perspective, you’re part of it all, so you can experience yourself as the All.

That said, after coaching literally 100s of women, that’s almost never how the message gets interpreted. So the message’s vagueness does more harm than good.

Especially when you’re looking for Mr. Right.

You’ve got to get clear about what you’re really willing to invest in the process.

Think on it for a minute.

You get up in the morning. You run through your routine. You dash off to work where you spend most of your time and energy. You get off at 5 or 6pm — or later?

How much time does that leave you before bed?

And how much of that time do you need for going to the gym, cooking, decompressing alone, prepping for the next day, etc?

Even when factoring in the weekends, you probably don’t have all the time you want to find Mr. Right.

Yet what about the family you want to start with him and the life you’ve been dreaming of all these years?

That awaits you — sooner than later if you go about it the efficient way.

That’s the way I show my clients. Which you can now access more affordably than ever with the launch of my group coaching program.

It’s not for everyone though, so go here only if you’re truly committed to having Mr. Right in your life ASAP.

To sharing your life with The One,