Feb. 4, 2022

That Thing About Rock Bottom to Entrepreneur


In the episode …Foster care, pregnancy, domestic violence, on the edge of suicide; it’s a life journey just to survive, it begs the question: “What do you do when your father dies from a brain cancer when you’re 12 years old, your mother is an alcoholic and abandons you in the middle of nowhere and tells you to get the hell out of her life” You move forward and learn to love yourself to move forward to help others. Stay tuned I’m your Host Michael Herst in this is That Thing About Rock Bottom to Entrepreneur

Chaney Fletcher is a Human Services Board Certified Practitioner, a homeschooling mama of 7 littles living her dreams out every day. She has a passion for serving others. Loves inappropriate music, challenging boundaries, and being a mother. If someone told me I couldn't do something, she found a way too anyway. Chaney sees challenges as learning experiences for personal growth, and uses her experiences that developed resiliency to inspire you to develop yours through her experiences, intuition, compassion and empathy

Her Mantra is: “Thriving is so much more than just living life. Empathy and compassion open doors to fostering resilience, that leads you back to chasing your desires and happiness relentlessly. Limiting beliefs are at your core and I help you eliminate them.” Find out more at https://beforeyougopodcast.com



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Hey there! I'm Chaney Fletcher, a married 28 yr old mama to 5 biological children and 1 living bonus child. I'm an HS-BCP that has a passion to serve others by using my horrid life experiences to inspire and motivate others in life. I see challenges as learning experiences for personal growth, and use my experiences that developed resiliency to inspire others to develop theirs. My experiences have strengthen my connection with my intuition and has grown my compassion and empathy, so that I can connect more deeply with others and hear not only what they say, but what they aren't saying as well.