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Since her first paid job at 16, Leah Meyers knew entrepreneurship would be her lifelong calling. For over 15 years, Leah has coached hundreds of entrepreneurs, and small business owners, empowering them to succeed through collaboration. Leah’s been a top-rated freelancer on Upwork since 2018. She has consistently earned a six-figure income on Upwork each year since.
Leah knows that the magic that leads to freedom when we don't try to go it alone, but when we lean into others and ask others to share their knowledge and wisdom with us.
Leah demonstrates that those who desire transformation can be successful at anything no matter what. She has the hard-won experience to share her life-changing achievements with anyone who wants to improve their lives.
"Leah is a true expert at what she does. She guided us through the process, offered expert advice, and thought of so many things that made our product better. I would highly recommend her to anyone."
– Sarah Duran, Fruition Initiatives
"Working with Leah is a pleasure. She is professional, detailed, and very efficient with her work. You will not be disappointed. I highly recommend her. She is great at what she does."
– Michaela Logue, Nutrition Coach
"When I approached Leah about work, I thought I needed one thing. After one conversation, it was clear that Leah was my go-to expert. I really needed a strategist to help me map out the foundation for the next level of my business growth. She exceeded my expectations. I am used to being this for others. It was refreshing to meet Leah and have someone help me strategize my own business so that I could help MORE people and not sacrifice my own growth in the process!"
– Tasha Scott, Maximized Growth