Have you ever wondered if it’s too late for you to switch careers?
In this episode, you will hear the story of how KJ Martin transitioned later in life to become a business owner and how she quickly built her business to multiple six figures.
She’s talking about what it was like to change careers, what she’s learned as a business owner and leader, and the rewards of doing what she does.
Kimberly (KJ) Martin is a mother, wife, and owner of Your Forever Agency which provides Health, Life, and Medicare Insurance services. Her successful 25+ year business acumen has helped her to build her practice to what it is today
She knows that we are all very busy with life, and the last thing that we need is something else to complicate it. She provides the best coverage at the best price by using all the tools and resources she has at her disposal.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
- Changing careers later in life
- Transitioning from employee to business owner
- Being in control of your future
- Improving processes and automation
- The rewards of leadership
- How to set boundaries
It’s always inspiring to hear the stories of those who have taken control of their future, and KJ is proof that it’s never too late.
It doesn’t matter if you have a whole career behind you already. If you’re unhappy, you can change it. If you want more, you can have it. It’s as simple as that!
I hope today’s episode inspires you to think that way and take action!
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