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Leslie Truex

Leslie200Ever wish you had a different career? One that nurtured your soul and let you live the life you’ve always dreamed? I did too and I made it happen. I can help you make it happen too!

My goal is to help you find or create a career you love and design a life that excites you. I know what it’s like to want more time for family and personal pursuits. I know what it’s like to count every penny only to discover there aren’t enough to cover the bills. In an effort to overcome these challenges, I tried everything from selling real estate to direct sales. Overtime I designed my own career that allows me to do what I want, when I want and how I want. If that’s what you want too, I can help. My goal is to give you the information, tools and motivation to grab life by the horns and take control. So sit back, grab a cup of coffee, check out the site and start plotting your career and life!

I’m getting ready to speak at Beachpreneurs Lifestyle Conference, an event geared toward entrepreneurs in September. One of the co-leaders contacted me about promoting the event to my list. I let her know that I have been promoting, but that my work-at-home list may not be responsive to promotions that will cost them a lot of money. Her response was a friendly suggestion that I needed to change my thinking. Of course, my first reaction to getting called out on stinkin’ thinkin’...

by ltruex on August 11, 2014

Hang In There

Ever since I decided I wanted to be a writer, I’ve learned the real meaning of patience and tenacity. Self-publishing has made writing and selling my work faster and easier, but but there are still benefits that makes traditional publishing worth pursuing. Currently, I have three works sitting on editors’ desks. One is a novella for e-publishing, one is a novel with a print publisher, and the third is a non-fiction book proposal. There were submitted 3 weeks ago, 18 months ago and 2 months...

by ltruex on July 29, 2014

Sunrise over New York

I have a confession to make… I hate to fly. The minute tickets are booked, I start having nightmares, anxiety issues, and a deep need to clean my house and put my affairs in order. People give me the schpeal about planes being safer etc, but it doesn’t matter. That’s the thing about phobias, they don’t respond to common sense. My fear is deep-seated in the psyche, ingrained in my bones. And yet, I do fly…when I have to. I just got back from visiting family on the west...

by ltruex on July 23, 2014