A Modern Woman's Journey of Life

Go Big.

Get to Work. Grow.
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Go Big. Get to Work. Grow. Give Back.

Elisha Covey

6x's Founder, and Coach
to High Performing Female Entrepreneurs

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I know struggle,

leaps of faith,

and hard work.

In a single year, I closed up my bakeries, moved to a new city, got married, and went into the construction business with my husband. Everyone said I was crazy. They didn’t know I was determined.

For the next four years, Charles and I put our heads down, busted our asses, slept on floors, and persevered through tremendous heartaches – because we had dreams.

Even more importantly, we lived a commitment we 
made at the altar; to hold one another accountable to excellence and personal growth, through hell and high water, even if it meant breaking who you were. Trust me; I broke many times!

It was all worth it.

Over those four years, each breakdown led to my expansion and more inner peace.

Our business experienced a 4,000% increase! We went from just me and my husband to almost 100 employees. We took our business from practically nothing in the bank to nearly 20 million in sales a year. Our clients became world-class companies such as AECOM, Turner, Balfour Beatty, and we won a billion-dollar bid backed by Berkshire Hathaway.

Instead of thinking I was crazy, people started asking me for my advice.

Today, I wake up grateful every day to be doing 
what I love (with people I love), on a bigger scale than I ever thought possible. And I’ve learned to drive dreams forward with head and heart. 


Live so that on your deathbed, you’re able to say,
“Damn, I did it well!”
Elisha Covey

If you have a heartbeat, there’s still time for your dreams.
Sean Stephenson

THIS is what I KNOW

about YOU:

You get tired. You get discouraged. You hit walls and suffer setbacks. It can feel like your dreams are slipping away, along with your freedom.

Yet right now, in this very moment, you have control over what matters most: your thoughts, your attitude, and your actions.

It doesn’t matter how hard things have gotten, or how far away your big dreams currently seem. It doesn’t matter who has tried to stand in your way.

You still have 100% control over what life you create for yourself.

With the right mindset, the right attitude, and the proper execution, you can accomplish what your heart desires.

Your true potential is as enormous as you feel it is in 
your soul.

I’ve been there. I was sleeping on our hard company floor. I had family and friends think I’m crazy. I wondered how I’d overcome all the insane obstacles non-entrepreneurs will never understand. And I cried many, many times!

But I’ve also seen the extraordinary results that come when 
you remain true to your big dreams and dedicated to your disciplines.

When you achieve your biggest dreams, your cup will be so overflowing with goodness that you’ll want to give back by giving others a hand up.

Today, in addition to running my 8 figure construction business, I help aspiring, and scaling entrepreneurs break free from limiting beliefs and breakthrough to remarkable results and financial abundance. I coach and I mentor. I invest in and advocate for female entrepreneurship.

I’d love to help you actualize your dreams.

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I think it is possible for ordinary people to choose to be extraordinary.

- Elon Musk


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We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.

- Aristotle




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Communication is merely an exchange of information,
but connection is an exchange of our humanity.

- Sean Stephenson