One of the best decisions I made was to start my own company. After spending a solid year hustling my ass off and losing some nights of sleep, I had established myself as an LA dancer. This was a huge deal to me! Moreover, the amount of success I had in such a short amount of time was fairly unheard of. Again, it wasn't from an insane amount of talent or some crazy supernatural gift I had. It was only from working incredibly hard, non-stop, for a year. And that was were I found my great success.
As I came around to my anniversary of being a dancer and making it a part-time job that supplemented for half my income, I stumbled on an opportunity at Rainbow Bar & Grill. Having been married to a musician previously, I knew this was a worldwide famous spot in the rock world so I was pretty thrilled about the opportunity to dance there.
Starting on New Years, I launched my new project and had four girls dance at a new after hours spot that the band manager was opening up. We had a pole and fire going along with top notch gogo dancing. At the end of the night, I sat with the girls, all of whom were friends from past jobs and looked at them. I looked at Aly in the eyes (who was later to become one of my right hand ladies) and said, "I can start a company out of this." She stared back at me and nodded. I could see in her eyes that she believed in me just as much as I knew I could believe in myself. As soon as I knew she had my back, I was set.
It's been six months since that day and together with my amazing team, we've already established ourselves with two solid residencies, our own production, a tour to New York and getting booked at major events. It goes without saying, but time has shown me and proved to me that I was meant for this. So many little building blocks and steps along the way all tied together for the one divine moment that I would be given a chance to take advantage of the opportunity.
Life always has a way of preparing us for what we need to do. I once had a professor tell me that nothing was ever wasted in the economy of God. If we trust the process, everything always comes around in a full circle