I cried in front of a producer + it's all your {amazing} fault

On Tuesday I  sat in the office of an accomplished television producer talking about our vision for helping "real people with real budgets". I wanted to pinch myself that this fancy man wants to work with me. And of course there's no crying in serious meetings, right? Right??

Well. Then it happened. He asked me about my clients. And I started crying.

I told him about Melinda ... a darling actress who just wrote me giddy that she's booked two shows in the one month since our session + said I've changed her whole life.

I told him about Michael ... who wrote to say he would really like to meet a great girl + knows he could do a better job showing up for dates, but he's not sure where to start.

I told him about Catherine ... who came back from a conference gushing about how much confidence she'd had in approaching people on behalf of her business because we'd just had a session together.

Oh so humbly I can actually say I have changed people's lives in this first year of Dean Street Society. The lives of people who want more, who know they can be better, who are ready to take their lives to the next level. And I want more. More stories of getting the gig, the guy, the grand promotion.

The vast majority of my readers will never become my clients. And that's perfectly peachy. I adore giving them inspiring + informative content every week through the blog + social media. But if you've considered booking a session with me, I wanted you to know:

On Monday Sept 17th at 1pm EST pricing will increase for my 2nd year. Create more providence. Book your session now.

My team + business are expanding. I want to make sure in the midst of photo shoots + filming I can protect time in my schedule for you: the reason I started Dean Street Society. If you're ready to take your life to the next level this fall, don't miss this deadline + schedule your session with me today.

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P.S. By the way, Mister Producer Man didn't mind my tears. He knew they came from my passion + belief that you can be an even better version of yourself. And no one said you have to become remarkable all on your own. I cannot freakin wait to tell you more about that meeting + what's next. I hate keeping secrets.

FAQs:

  • What if I don't have a lot of money to spend on new clothes? <-- No worries. This is the perfect way to invest in making the most of what you already have, & make sure you spend only on things that will multiply your wardrobe when the funds are there. If your goal is to be stylish on a budget, I guarantee I will save you money in the next 6 months.
  • What if I don't look like you? I'm plus-size, rocker chic, the culture's different in my country ... <-- I have clients from a double zero to a 20+, clients who only wear black or never wear dresses, clients in forgeign countries for whom English is a second language. It's not about your shape, taste, or career. It's about visually articulating who you are. And that quest is universal.
  • I'm working to lose about 20 pounds. Should I wait till I'm closer to my goal weight? <-- Congrats on this goal! In the meantime though you're leaving the house every day, right? So people are seeing you. Now. Life's too short to wait to be happy, to wait to show up. This is the perfect way to jump start your motivation that there's a more sparkly you ready to shine this year. And we can do that with the clothes you already own, accessories & pieces that will flatter you at any size.

Have another question I didn't answer? Drop me a note at Hilary@DeanStreetSociety.com. I'd love to hear your story! Ready to create some providence in your life? Book your session now!