About

Hi! I’m Liz Raad, and I became a WAHM about 5 years ago when I started “back to work” after my first little one. Before I had my children, I had been buying and selling traditional business for 10 years and with my husband Matt, involved in business broking. That meant I got to see a huge range of businesses, from large multi-million dollar wholesalers and manufacturers, to small one-person businesses.

In our manufacturing business (which we ran from home), we only worked 6 months of the year – which meant that we made a great income with half the effort that many of our friends were putting in while working as employees.  While brokering, we worked with people who were making over $1 Million a year working 2 days a week, and we worked with people who were struggling to make minimum wage and working 7 days a week.

From that experience, I saw how business can provide amazing joy and freedom if set-up in the right way, and enormous heartache and struggle if run the wrong way.
It’s been my goal ever since to create high cash-flow, high freedom businesses and show other mums how they can too.

To me, the goal for being a SuperWAHM is to make great money for yourself and your family, AND have plenty of time to spend with your children and partner.

What I provide here on this blog will be information and ideas for you to create the same easy flow of money, and have a business at home that also gives you the freedom to take time with your family.

In my experience, I have found that using the Internet is the fastest, easiest and most leveraged way to create a real business with real lifestyle.

The other important learning that I can share is from broking, and I will be giving you some insights into the successes and failures that I encountered to ensure the business you build is not only supporting your life now, but is also building into a big asset that you will be able to sell out for a big cash bonus when you want to (or need to)!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me – I’d love to hear from you!

All the best,

Liz

 

 

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