For me… the ‘work week’ is just another friendly reminder that the dream is free, but the hustle is sold separately.
— Chef Bai

What are the key essential ingredients for you to have a perfect week of work?

How then is that culminating with the big dream you have for your business and life?

You know the dream that you first created in your imagination of the who, what and where of your business life.  What you believed would be doing for that basic 40 hours and plus each week when you were “working.”

Dreams are interesting phenomenon’s when they get mixed in with real world situations.  Sometimes they happen just as we imagine and sometimes…well… many other things have been known to happen.  We each have our stories to tell.

This week I invite you to explore your dreams and the essential ingredients required for them.  Many more times than not it’s those key ingredients or stepping stones are what we don’t spend enough time imagining – especially if there are curves in the road.  And for those of us who have been on the road for awhile we know the curves can be plentiful!  ;)

I invite you to listen to a special podcast this week (linked below). A new episode that is near and dear to my heart with my daughter Bailey, or as the thousands of followers on her Instagram refer to her: Chef Bai.

We talk about her challenges along the way to becoming a classically trained Chef, finding the need to add a holistic and natural food flair to it, and getting her dream life in place after a very rocky start. For sure she has struggled as we all do at times – she has come to learn to trust that struggle and reap in the rewards.

Wishing you a fantastic week ahead and here’s to living the dream!

Ep. 31 - Essential Ingredients

Courage to Be the Difference Podcast

Join me for this week’s podcast share as I get the opportunity to share with you the journey of my daughter, Bailey Ruskus. She has become known in the culinary world as Chef Bai and shares her philosophy on taking the time to eat guilt-free comfort food. At the young age of 26 she has indeed learned how to trust her struggle and help thousands of people redefine their relationship with food! Learn more about Chef Bai on her website:


Good Marketing Vibes

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To Your Success and Victories,
- Cheri

Cheri Ruskus
Business Strategist and Founder of the Victory Circles

Phone: 303-652-1718