Entrepreneur Shari Aldrich is on a mission to relieve pain for one million people by 2025. CEO and founder of BodyMechanics, Shari has innovated a process for training massage therapists, and better yet, training them to run their own businesses. She has a big vision – and she shares how the loss of her finger in a freak accident led her to entrepreneurial success.
Imagine: You are a massage therapist – and you love what you do. And then – you’re not. You lost a finger in an accident – and suddenly your world is turned upside down. All the more so because you’re also in the middle of a divorce.
What would you do?
Shari Aldrich turned adversity into action, and what was once a small massage practice is now a fast-growing and highly scalable 7-figure business with a big mission.
With Body Mechanics, Shari is providing many people with second careers, not only as massage therapists but also as business owners. In catalyzing a growing army of entrepreneurial therapists, Shari is closer than ever to her mission to relieve pain for one million people by 2025.
Learn in this episode:
- How to get the right mindset for success even when everything seems to be going against you.
- How to get access to the tools, training, networks and mentors you need to succeed – even if you don’t live in an “entrepreneurial” city.
- How to cope with stress from financial uncertainty and stay positive.
- How to use social media to inspire everyone, including yourself
- And much more!
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