Hello, everyone. My name is Kim Weir, and I’m coming to you from New Brunswick, Canada, and I am currently a healthcare worker. I am a cardiac sonographer, so I’m an ultrasound tech. I work at the New Brunswick Heart Centre here in St. John, New Brunswick. A little bit about me, I’m a single mom and 53, with the hopes of early retirement at 55 from healthcare. And so Kindle Publishing, for me, was kind of something that I came across that I was hoping to supplement my income, create some passive income for myself and my two daughters. I have a 20-year-old in third year of university and a 17-year-old graduating this year. So I came across Sophie’s ads on Facebook and watched a couple of her intro videos and fell in love with the process.
I’m a book lover at heart, always have been, always will be, and so this just made sense for me to dive in and invest and start to create some books and some information, and just create a business for myself to create some income that hopefully will allow me to retire when I want to, and even beyond that. My dreams have gotten bigger and bigger. So I just joined in, just to tell you where I was, I guess, before this, I just joined in June. I had a goal to have at least five low content, just to get my feet wet and go through the process, up by the end of the year, which I do. I also have my first ever self-published low content, or sorry, not low content, non-fiction book called Motherhood Through Divorce. It has been an amazing journey for me through that book. I’ve learned tons, probably made tons of mistakes, and am very excited that I have now decided to become a KP Express or a K Express member, and so I’m very much looking forward to that coaching as well.
So yes, what can I tell you? If you are thinking of taking this course or if you even are thinking of creating a side business, I can say the modules, the information, the resources are absolutely amazing through KPI. So user-friendly, so much information. The course is done phenomenally and yeah, I don’t think you would regret it. I certainly don’t. I’m very excited about what 2023 is going to bring for me and even beyond that. Merry Christmas, everybody.