Meet Andrea! She has a successful sports consulting business alongside of working with Moms Making Six Figures. Andrea wanted a better work/life balance and saw Moms Making Six Figures as the perfect avenue to achieve it. Read on to learn about Andrea’s amazing advice for creating the life you deserve, achieving goals and so much more.
What is your background in?
My background is in the Sports and Entertainment industry, specifically the business side focused on Premium Seating (suites and club seats) for sports arenas and concert venues. My husband also works in sports but as a professional baseball scout. Sports is our family business. My Dad had a very successful career on the football side and my brother is now following suit. The industry is extremely competitive and demanding, yet rewarding with a strong “work hard, play hard” culture. I have spent two decades witnessing once-in-a-lifetime experiences, traveling for amazing events and being part of two Championship teams. Recently, I started my own sports consulting business that allows me to work in the field I’m so passionate about but can still be home for dinner and have evenings with my family.
Kara Lynch Guthrie introduced me to Moms Making Six Figures years ago when I was living in San Diego and working for their baseball team. I was immediately intrigued by the flexibility of her new position and wanted to give it a try. At the time, I was a “Mom” of a young puppy and just dating my now husband. Fast forward seven years, we now have a 2 1/2-year-old daughter, bought our first home and will celebrate our fourth wedding anniversary this summer.
What was your motivation for joining Moms Making Six Figures? Did you have a specific career vision in mind?
I joined the team because I saw a group of people who flipped the model for work/life balance. It’s one thing to talk about work/life balance, but an entirely different thing to live it! With Moms Making Six Figures, you are truly able to schedule work around your life instead of the other way around. I’ll admit, I had been watching Kara, Heidi and the rest of the team for years while soaking up all their knowledge on the weekly calls, webcasts and blogs. They all work extremely hard, but smart, and in a way that gives them complete control over their time. That is what most of us strive for! Being able to partner with this team in tandem with my sports consulting has been a perfect blend and my very own version of work/life balance. Moms Making Six Figures has inspired me to live life on my own terms and prioritize what is most important to me and my family!
Now that you’ve been working with Moms Making Six Figures, how has your life changed?
Since partnering with the team, the overall vision for my life has become clearer. The entire Moms Making Six Figures mission revolves around taking control of your life, health, finances and most importantly – your TIME. Everyone has different goals for their life and different things that bring them joy. Being able to spend more time with my family in little ways each week makes me very happy which translates into being a better wife, mother and professional. I am now able to enjoy breakfast without rushing out the door in the morning, can take my daughter to her mid-day swim class, volunteer for activities at her school and take an impromptu trip to an amusement park or Nana and Grampa’s house should we feel the urge!
What is the top piece of advice you can offer to other working parents and Entrepreneurs?
The top piece of advice that I can offer is to create a life you love and believe you deserve it. We all have the power to design the life of our dreams and achieve any goal no matter how large or small. Once those goals are set, commit to them, work hard and act as if you already have it. Those who know me, know I am a huge fan of The Secret and practice The Law of Attraction. It’s a lot of fun to be the author of your own life! If there is anything standing in your way of your goals, pivot into something that will nurture your path to success. Change and uncertainty is sometimes scary or intimidating, but not making a change can be even scarier in the long run. You only have one life so savor each day and spend your days doing what you love surrounded by who you love!