Hi, I'm Tam Luc...
I've always wanted to be an entrepreneur because both of my parents were and that was all I knew. But I was struggling and couldn't figure out what I was doing wrong.
I had a full time job and a side business, that was ok... but not my passion. It brought in some income but because I wasn't passionate about that business, I couldn't grow it. I wanted to start something else but what was that going to be and how do I make that kind of change at this time in my life?
Listen, I was already a grown woman with a job, a husband, a child and responsibilities. At the time, I felt scared about starting over, I felt like everyone else knew more than me, nobody would buy this new thing and I couldn't afford to make that kind of mistake.
I also couldn't just give up my dream of being a successful entrepreneur.
Having the freedom to travel whenever I want and spend time with my family isn't a dream. My parents lived that way. I wanted that for my family. I wanted to be home when my son got back from school. I wanted to drive him to karate. I don't think that is too much to ask.
I also was more than fed up with my long, long, long commute to work. I was completely over it!
Then a life-changing event happened. Something that I couldn't foresee, nor could I overlook. Both of my parents passed within a year of each other. It completely shook me to the core.
After some time of reflection, I realized... TIME WAITS FOR NO ONE.
I have things I want to accomplish in my life and if I don't do it... time will still tick on till there is no more time to do it.
I kept hearing my mom say... "Do it and don't look back."
And that is when I wrote, "A Woman's Side Hustle". It was the beginning of me realizing my true passion.
You know what else I realized? I can get shit done! I know how to hustle!
Fast forward to 2018. In one year, I published three books, helped many authors with their books, wrote three courses, and hosted an international retreat in Thailand. Not meant to show off... just prove... that we can all hustle.
And... I had completely reinvented myself...
Some may think reinvention is a bad thing. It’s not. It’s a BADASS thing. It totally transformed my life and empowered me to help others in unimaginable ways.