I think most of us understand there is magic in our network.
Beverly Price is Kuel Life’s most recent fairytale encounter. Upon talking to Beverly, I realized our Kuel Life Community needed her wisdom, experience, and advice. The reality, whether we like it or not, is that the Grey Divorce is real.
Women are issuing divorces and starting over in midlife and beyond. But, we don’t have to go it alone. There is help.
Welcome Beverly Price to the Kuel Life Thought Leaders.
KUELLIFE: What type of business do you own/run?
Beverly: I own a divorce and empowerment coaching practice. In addition, I help women who are contemplating divorce, separation, divorcing, or are already divorced to navigate the journey with information, support, and emotional growth while gaining empowerment and a voice.
KUELLIFE: What prompted you or drove you to become an entrepreneur? When?
Beverly: I had been a corporate executive for over 15 years and felt stifled creatively. Moreover, I also felt that as a woman, I wasn’t listened to because I wasn’t a member of the good old boy’s club. I wanted to create something with my ideas that would help women navigate the challenging world of divorce – emotionally, logistically and educationally.
KUELLIFE: What’s your biggest struggle?
“Your emotions can swing with your revenue.”
Beverly: Balancing all the roles of an entrepreneur, woman and wife.
Beverly’s Client Feedback:
KUELLIFE: What is your biggest fear as an entrepreneur? How do you work through it?
Beverly: As with most entrepreneurs, it’s usually where can I find the kind of women I know I can help and how I get my message of hope to them.
KUELLIFE: How do you measure your success?
Beverly: By my client’s feedback and my client’s progress assessments.
KUELLIFE: Finally, what advice would you give other women about taking an entrepreneurial path?
Beverly: Realize that there is a strong emotional component that you aren’t taught in business school. In other words, your emotions can swing with your revenue.