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I’m Sanna, and I’m on a mission:

To help women entrepreneurs unleash their full potential, live fulfilled and financially independent lives!

You’re here to make an impact. My role is to help you clarify what that is and how you can make it happen. Through my business growth program, my free training, blogs and videos, I support your journey towards sustainable success.

Here’s what I believe:

♥ I believe in being ourselves.

When you take on a business persona that is separate from who you are, you’re creating a distance between yourself and your ideal client. Only when you share your thoughts in your unique voice, you can create real connection and change.

♥ I believe that it all starts with WHY.

I don’t believe in quick fixes. Before you start doing, you have to know where you’re heading. Knowing what drives you and turning THAT into clear goals and an effective plan is what sustainability is all about. This is how you make an impact. This is how you build lasting success. This is how you stay motivated.

♥ I believe in making important choices.

You can be incredibly busy and work yourself to the bone. You may even keep yourself afloat that way. But there’s another path. One that involves making choices about your desired impact, your ideal client and your preferred strategy. This is about conscious decision-making. Because decisions create focus – and focus creates results.

If you share my beliefs on sustainable success, then I would love to hear from you!

Because it’s time for you to stop playing small. It’s time to stop holding yourself back or do what others tell you to do. It’s time to replace limiting beliefs with new, constructive behaviors.

You have so much to give. The world is waiting to hear from you. This is YOUR time to thrive!

 

Ready to take your business to the next level?

To find out how I can support you, schedule a free-of-charge clarity call with me here!

I hired Sanna to develop my company’s marketing strategy, that needed renovating. My goal: to reach my target market more effectively, and to get more clients.
I learned many new things about marketing and received very concrete support in creating a new marketing strategy, and one that quickly started generating results.
Sanna is very professional in her role as Coach. She’s straight-to-the-point, knowledgeable and unpretentious. I warmly recommend her coaching services to every business owner who wants to develop and grow!

OlgicaOlgica Nikčevic, Šarm D.o.o.

To watch Sanna deliver a workshop is a true learning experience – not only for the knowledge she is able to impart but also for the way she is able to do it: by being both a great speaker as well as a listener/ “reader” of her audience.

Petya Thorne, Communications & Community Manager Impact Invest Scandinavia

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