Are you afraid of changes? I’m not…anymore…

For whole my life I’ve been stuck in the following matrix: life is “ to finish school, find a job, get married, give birth to children, whatever problem you have you must be patient and suffer though you need to be in a safe and comfort shell. The part of the matrix that bothered me the most was: work hard as a Sisyphus and wait to others to notice your quality and the award will come. The only award I got was chronic pain in the back and loss of nerves.

As in a fairy tail one day I woke up and thought: is this really the life you want? Do you really want to wait from Friday to Friday to breathe with your full lungs, and during working week  wish to sleep over  until weekend? The mathematics was easy. In that way I would  waste 5/7 of my life. Not going to happen. Something had to be done and luckily my brother sent me a link for and I revealed whole new world of opportunities. It took class or two to see how the whole picture can be changed. Yes, I can work from home, spend more time with kids, use millions of ideas I have for my own benefit. I started thinking outside the box. No more giving cleverness for free or for the salary that can only cover my so called life in a box.


Now it’s up to me. No more excuses . Learn, explore, and the result must come. There is a long road in front of me but I can clearly see the light at the end of the road. I know that there are lots of people who feels the same , and I would really like to help in any possible way. If you would like to hear more about the techniques I apply or steps I took to change the way of thinking,  please subscribe to my mailing list.


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About me:
Tamara studied business informatics, but the life path took her into corporate world of sales, where she stayed more than 10 years, started as an executive assistant up to position of a sales manager. Having a constant will to learn new skills and improve her knowledge, she started working as a business virtual support. Tamara helps small businesses, consultants and coaches with business administration, digital marketing and website development so they can have more time to focus on their business development. Tamara often says : “I don’t like to work for clients, but enjoy working with clients.” She is an inexhaustible source of ideas that can improve your business.

When she is not working, Tamara enjoys being a mom of two boys, playing sports with them and listening to good old fashioned rock and roll.

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