How Shaneh Woods Changed Her Story To Transform Her Life
What was a major challenge you had to overcome to get to where you are today?
I grew up in the foster care system being treated like dirt. I let that become my story. I wasn’t worthy of good things. I didn’t deserve a good life. I had to work hard to overcome that and love myself. To me, worthiness is the foundation of a prosperous business. If you don’t believe you’re worthy, it doesn’t matter how good you are at what you do or how many people think you’re amazing. You’ll never reach your full potential.
What drives you to keep working hard each day?
I don’t. Working hard is one of the mindset issues I had to give up. I don’t need to work hard to have value as a person. But I love my work, and what keeps me working is my goal of touching 5 million lives. The aha moment when a client finally realizes their inherent worth is so incredible and inspiring. I want to help even more people have that experience.
What accomplishments are you most proud of?
What matters most to me are the lives I’ve changed by opening people’s eyes to their innate self-worth. Yes, helping clients make money or grow their businesses is wonderful and I’m very proud of it, but helping people grow and seeing them transform is what keeps me going. The prosperity for my clients and for myself is a byproduct of that transformation.