Girl, trust me... I could write paragraphs about my love for wine, Jesus, and Grey's Anatomy, but let's get to the core of why you're here.

You want to feel the confidence and freedom that comes from making consistent money doing what you love, right? You want to wear yoga pants to work and find *your people* in business. You want to spend more time with your loved ones and make a difference in this world using your God-given talents...

The issue? You suck at business. Maybe that's a little harsh... You don't suck at business, but you ARE struggling. The good news is that I've been where you and am on the other side of it now. If you let me, I can show you how to get here... it's pretty awesome!

hey, I'm cassie!

"in my life, two things have always been clear: my mind was made to create and my heart was made to help others."

I always knew I wanted to work for myself and even ran my first photography business at the age of 16, but somewhere between getting my BBA in Entrepreneurship from UW-Madison and moving across the country for a short stint in the peach state, I lost my way.

At 25 years old, I found myself in a new position with a company I'd worked with for 7 years. The truth? I hated it. In the my-stomach-hurts, I-cry-every-day, anxiety-skyrocketing, and dread-waking-up kind of way. Something HAD to change.







I took the plunge back into photography... using the same camera that had been collecting dust from 10 years earlier. One thing led to another and after about a year of pursuing different creative endeavors, I found my love for coaching again.

And after an unexpected surgery to remove a softball-sized mass from my liver in 2019, I'm embracing life just a bit more, which means I'm most likely snuggled on the couch with my husband and pup or traveling somewhere new with my new camera in hand.

I always knew I wanted to work for myself and even ran my first photography business at the age of 16, but somewhere between getting my BBA in Entrepreneurship from UW-Madison and moving across the country for a short stint in the peach state, I lost my way.

At 25 years old, I found myself in a new position with a company I'd worked with for 7 years. The truth? I hated it. In the my-stomach-hurts, I-cry-every-day, anxiety-skyrocketing, and dread-waking-up kind of way. Something HAD to change.





I took the plunge back into photography... using the same camera that had been collecting dust from 10 years earlier. One thing led to another and after about a year of pursuing different creative endeavors, I found my love for coaching again.

And after an unexpected surgery to remove a softball-sized mass from my liver this spring, I'm embracing life just a bit more, which means I'm most likely snuggled on the couch with my husband and pup or traveling somewhere new with my new camera in hand.

just a few things i love...

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