Hey there, I’m Elise!
I’m a business mentor, YouTuber, digital nomad and small-town girl from New Zealand with big dreams to help entrepreneurs succeed and create a high-vibe business and life.
Most days you’ll find me hanging out in my activewear, working from a cafe or the dining table hyped up on caffeine – or excitedly (yet frantically) bustling my way through airports jetting off to my next destination.
My business style? It’s real, no B.S, perfectly flawed and I’ll do just about anything to make you laugh! I’m a brazen-faced smart ass with a heart of gold and I love to share my mistakes (even more than my triumphs) to show you that you in no way have to be “perfect” to succeed, and that trusting yourself will fast-track you quicker than any marketing gurus sales hacks.
Whether you’re starting or growing your business or wanting to change your life in a radical way, I’m here to help you do exactly that.
Be bold enough to use your voice, brave enough to listen to your heart, and strong enough to live the life you’ve always imagined.
When I’m not busy working you can catch me:
Getting lost in the woods of my home town, stalking my readers on Instagram, wrestling my cousins for my Nana’s baking, binge watching shows on Netflix, taking naps on a Tuesday, religiously working on the booty growth, harassing my cat while he’s trying to sleep, scrolling pages of shopping sites and talking shit with The Brazen Ones.
Here’s four things you might not know about me:
1. In April 2017 I made a radical decision to follow my heart and finally go after my dream of being location independent. So I ended my 7 year relationship, sold all of my stuff, moved out of my home and bought a one-way ticket to Bali. It was the best decision I ever made.
2. I’m a body positive activist and passionate about the development of healthy self-image in women after having struggled with my own self-image for the most of my life.
3. Before I became a business owner I worked in childcare as a nanny, drama tutor, holiday program manager and camp leader in the USA. Children are a lot easier to work with than adults.
4. I’m an introverted extrovert. I love connecting with people but I also need lots of alone time afterwards to recharge.
I’m so excited to have you here and can’t wait to see the exciting things you’re going to create for yourself. If you feel oh so daring enough, come over to the contact page and connect with me! I’d love to hear your story and why you’ve decided to go after yours dreams of running your own business.