Elisha Covey is the co-founder of an eight-figure business portfolio including a company she scaled 4000% in less than 5 years. She is also the founder of the League of Goddesses, a community of women entrepreneurs.
At 20 years old, she was earning a six-figure income by being in the top 5% nationwide for AT&T Advertising and Publishing. She honed her ability to connect and build trust with her clients so that she could help guide them to achieve their business goals.
After helping so many others realize their dreams, she was able to identify her true calling: to become an entrepreneur. By the age of 25, she went into business for herself, founding and owning a multi-unit bakery brand, which is where she developed and mastered system process and procedure creation and implementation.
As a trusted advisor and consultant, she can help any aspiring or scaling entrepreneur break free of limiting beliefs to accelerate their business, create financial freedom, and attain their dreams.
Learn more at ElishaCovey.com.
Mindie: Welcome, my friends, I have a very special guest with me today that I am really excited for you to get to know. Elisha Covey, welcome to the show.
Elisha: Oh, thanks, Mindie, I am so excited to be doing this with you. Thank you for inviting me.
Mindie: Absolutely. It’s my pleasure. I’m excited that you’re here. I want to just jump right into this conversation around wealth. How do you personally define wealth?
Elisha: Oh, that’s such a good question Mindie, because there’s so much more to it from my point of view than just money. Although money is important, we all need it to survive. There are so many other things to take into consideration. I think that your spiritual, mental and then also financial well-being is a part of wealth to me, with any of those lacking it becomes a struggle, at least that’s my point of view.
Mindie: Which fits right in with the whole concept of this show. So, I want to go back to something that you said. You attended my retreat, HeartPath last year, and this stuck in my mind, something that you mentioned there. You were saying, I’m 33 years old, which is how old you were at that time, and you said how does a 33-year-old woman run five companies that are worth 100 million dollars? Like, I don’t know how to do that. And I want to ask you, because the truth is you are doing it. And I want to ask you what is that transition point of like, thinking I don’t know how to do this, but yet doing it and being a badass while doing it.
Elisha: Oh, Mindie, you’re so awesome. Badass is so speculative. It’s like, who really said I was? Sometimes I am, sometimes I’m not.
Mindie: I am going to dub you badass.
Elisha: Since I’ve now been named knighted by Mindie, I will accept. But that being said Mindie, so much of it, I think is dreaming big. And then not being afraid to go after those dreams, and to know that you will fail. Nobody said it was going to be perfect, and nobody said it was going to be easy. Even today, I could tell you, I still don’t know what I’m doing, everything is continuing to grow and change. And if I knew what I was doing, then I wouldn’t be growing. So, it’s definitely finding the acceptance and appreciation for where you are. And that present moment and being grateful for the fact that you are growing, knowing that growth is uncomfortable, but it’s part of the journey. And so, if you can embrace that, then you can move forward even though you weren’t given a manual on how to do this life or raising kids or having businesses, that doesn’t mean that you can’t jump in there wholeheartedly and be excited about what you’re trying to do, just know that you’re growing, and that there’s going to be mistakes. You have to be kind and loving and accept those when you make them. And then be open-minded to how you can do better and fix them for the future. So, I think it’s just acceptance, appreciation, and gratitude for where you are.
Mindie: Awesome. So, Elisha you have done so much work in that growth department. And actually, that’s how you and I first met, it was in your journey of growth. And I wonder if you would share with our audience just a little bit about that process, and most specifically, what inspired you to start?
Elisha: That is a great question, Mindie. So, I know this is going to just rock your world to hear that I’m a little bit OCD, right? You never would have guessed that, and I am not picky or anal about anything. [Laughing] However, I like everything to be a certain way, and most of that way, from my opinion is balanced. And I think that I have been through a lot of difficult times in my life, which all of us have, right? They’re all different, everybody experiences different things. I viewed them to be difficult and I didn’t know how to deal with them. So, instead of dealing with emotionally difficult and stressful times, I did two things. I put my head down and busted my ass, which was very rewarding. I was able to excel mentally and professionally and business-wise, drastically. So, that was great. And then I also did it with my physical body. I went to the gym, I hit it hard, I ate right. I did all of that. And after doing that for you know, half a decade, I mean I had been working out and had my own business for longer than that, but really homed in and working on it. I realized that I was like an off-center tricycle. Like no matter how hard I had those two back wheels, strong and moving forward, the steering wheel just wasn’t right. I kept veering off path and it was frustrating for me. And then one day hit me in the head, and I was like, okay, Elisha, you’re super strong mentally, super strong physically. But where are you spiritually? And it just was like a sledgehammer, and I realized, like, well, my insides are fucked up. And I’m sorry, Mindie, if you have to, like bleep that out. But that is–
Mindie: No, I don’t bleep on this show.
Elisha: Okay, well, there you go, you got the real truth, it was fucked up. And I didn’t really to tell you the truth, know how to fix it. I just knew there was something wrong, and I needed a solution. I’m a problem solver in every other area of my life. And I wasn’t going to accept that, I had now seen what the problem was. So, if you see the problem, you can acknowledge the problem, there’s always a solution. And so, I was on a quest to find how to create a solution for this. And that’s when I ran into you and Sean, and I didn’t know how it was going to fix it. All I knew was, for some reason, the universe put you guys in my life, and I was going to shut up and listen. And that’s kind of how it went from there.
Mindie: Yeah. And you’ve continued on that process. Since then, essentially, like you’ve been reading books and going to courses and listening to things and having lots of awesome conversations. I know, because I am part of that. And it’s so fun to have seen, I would say such a quick progression. And no doubt, because you are a very efficient person. So, you would put that into the same capacity. However, I like what you said, like you didn’t know what to do, would you be willing to share a little bit of the backstory of like, what was going on for you, because what I think is, when we are open about our experiences and our story, not just like, oh, here’s how I fixed it. There’s also this element of connection, because I know that listeners to the show right now are going through all kinds of crazy stuff, would you be willing to share a little bit about your story?
Elisha: Of course, and I think that we can all get into the weeds and the details of a story. And I’ll give you a little background of mine. But the main issue, you know, hindsight is always 2020, looking back is that I victimized myself, everything that had happened to me, happened to me, let’s say that in quotes, I felt was done to me, not for me, and I didn’t have a hand in it, it was just like, my life was progressing, and I was being assaulted by people. And that’s how I took it, I was like, well, I don’t know how I could change this, my family was being ripped apart, my family had been ripped apart multiple times, this wasn’t the first time and the people who had done those things to me in my life, I can’t control them. So, I’m just their victim, I’m like their little rag doll that they throw around and abuse as they see fit. And then I just have to clean up the mess, right. And so, when I realized that my spirituality was just like way out of whack, it was coming to the fact of owning me. And owning every single decision I made, every single opportunity that I was presented with, whether you want to view it as positive or negative, it’s an opportunity for you to grow and to learn. And so, when I was able to realize that, well, if I want to play this victim role, I’m giving away all my power, then I can play that, you can choose to do that, you can choose to be the victim and then the glory or present that you get that goes with that is that you can tell everyone how horrible you’ve been mistreated, but I don’t care about that. I’m like, okay, well, I might have gotten mistreated, but I want to be a powerful person, I want to be in control of my destiny and able to pursue my biggest dreams. And if you’re going to give away your power to someone else, so that you can be called a victim and be felt sorry for then you can’t pursue your biggest dreams. And so, I realized that, thanks to you, and Sean and many other amazing people. And then I just had to realize, okay, so how do I stop being a victim here? Yes, things are happening. But how do I say that these are happening? You know, for me, not to me. Does that make sense?
Mindie: It absolutely does. And I want to dig in on that. Because how did you do that? Because there are tons of people out there that they have maybe the same information that you have or guidance that somehow shows up in their life, whether it’s through a book, a mentor, whatever. And yet your experience coming out of that is vastly different because you did make that choice of saying no, I’m not going to be the victim anymore. So, can you talk a little bit about how you even got to that choice? Because like I said, there are plenty of people out there that have the same information, but yet don’t take the active role in making a different choice. And that they have just continued those same patterns, you have not.
Elisha: Yeah, that’s a good one, I think that I had played that victim role, to where I saw the end of it led for me, or the end of it, for me would have just been death. I didn’t care anymore. I didn’t care, it’s just like, well, none of this means anything. Why am I doing it? I’m not saying that, you know, I had made that decision, but I could see where the end of my victimhood would leave me. And that’s not what I wanted. And so, when I realized, this path isn’t going to end anywhere good, it’s only going to keep progressing into a negative downward spiral. Then I realized, okay, I’ve got to change something. And I can’t change the people that are other people or their actions, I can only change me. And so, it really took being broken, I think. Being so broken to the point that I was willing to look inside myself and say, what can I do? And the only thing that I can do is change me. And so, when I realized that, I was like, whatever it takes, and was it painful? The truth, it was fucking painful, I had to break and I had to break multiple times, I had to break thought processes that I had put up to protect myself, images that I had created, in my head of what happened, why it happened, and you know how it happened, and how I would keep those images to protect myself and not let it happen again, you know, I boarded myself up to protect myself from being hurt again. But that also protects you for living. And so, it was just having to be willing to break everything, and realize that you do have control, and you don’t have to be a victim. Now, you can put yourself back in those scenarios, or you can choose not to, I’m choosing not to. So, you have to be wise, right. But it was definitely a learning process. And I think lots of times, maybe before, when I had tried to accomplish the same goals, I hadn’t truly decided that I didn’t want to be a victim anymore. You have to truly decide that and take all of the responsibility that comes with that. Because what that means is, no matter what someone does to you, you can’t be like, well, this is their fault. This is, they did it, and they that. Yeah, they did do their part. But, what is your part going to be? How are you going to respond to that? How are you going to turn this scenario into good for you, and good for your company, or good for your family? Good for all of those around you. Because the universe is bringing it to you for a reason. There’s a lesson to learn here. So, will you be open to learning that lesson and take it to a positive, versus I was victimized here by this person, or this scenario? Does that answer your question Mindie? I’m sorry.
Mindie: You’re what?
Elisha: I’m nothing, but I’m totally awesome. I just wanted to make sure I got you the answer that you needed.
Mindie: For those of you listening, I want to let you know why we’re laughing about this. Elisha, one of the things that she’s been working on is not apologizing. Because I’m like, look, you don’t need to apologize for anything to anybody. And so, I would hear that occasionally from her. And I’m like, you’re what? You’re what?
Elisha: It’s occasionally Mindie, or is it like, it’s gotten better, right?
Mindie: It’s gotten way better. That’s why I had to give you a hard time.
Elisha: Thank you.
Mindie: I like though that you’re using the word decide, you know, the root of the word decide, it’s from the Latin word decidere, it’s literally to cut off. And just as you were saying, like, once you decide you can’t go back, because it is cut off, it is like not there anymore. So, it’s such a powerful word to use. And I’m glad that you used it. One of the things that I do with every guest on this show is go through an acronym called verb H.E.R.B, h-e-r-b, and I’m really looking forward to your responses. I’ll walk you through each of the letters. The H stands for habits, what are some of the habits that you use to not only stay strong, and just be who you are in the world, but also stay in your power of those decisions and the growth that you have done? What are your habits?
Elisha: So, I think as I evolve and change and grow, my habits also evolve, change and grow. So, I am a very habitual person. I’ve seen that when you stick to things and you create a pathway, you accomplish a lot. So, I’m really good at creating scenarios where I can repetitively, do the things that I think are necessary. The part where I struggle is adjusting like, okay, so we’ve done this for long enough, now I’m going to need to move on to something else. So, sometimes I get stuck in a rut for a little bit. I’m like, oh, this did work for the last six months. And now I’ve grown. And so, I need to do a little bit of adjusting here. But some of the habits that I’ve noticed over the last year that have really helped me continue to grow in the journey that I’m on are definitely meditation, definitely setting aside the time to read, and not just read, but implement what I read, because if all I do is read, then that’s just entertainment. So, I’m looking to continue to grow. So, keeping that habit of growth is extremely important to me, and then making sure that I’m surrounding myself with the right people, I truly enjoy working. So, I can put my head down and work 80 hours a week, 90 hours a week and not think twice about it. But I realized that if I do that, not only am I not building relationships with people that can uplift me and help me, but I’m not sharing me with people either. And so, being able to share the things that I’ve learned and help others on their journey, as well as being able to receive help is so important to me. So, having those habits of making sure that you’re surrounded with the right people and creating time for them in your life is really important to me.
Elisha: Those are just a few.
Mindie: Awesome. Now, moving from the H to the E, the E stands for environment, what are things that you either bring in or do not allow into your environment to maintain just the mental well-being, the spiritual well-being, physical well-being, all that stuff? Talk to me about your environment.
Elisha: Environment is a really intriguing one, because I tend to be my husband. So, he sweetly tells me, you’re a Tasmanian devil, you know. Where did he get that from? But he does, for some reason, he sees that in me. And so, I go into things, and it’s just like, you don’t even know what hit you, it’s a whirlwind, and then everything is done. So, I have the ability to create extremely fast paced and moving environments, which is great, because you accomplish a lot, right. However, the alternate side of that is usually a lack of peace. So, there’s a ton of motivation, a ton of, hey, we’re going to get this shit done, knock it out of the park, but that usually eats up the peaceful being present, and now time, if you will, enjoyment of the now. So, what’s really important for me in the space that I create, outside of powering through work, getting things done, is that it’s a peaceful environment, that there’s quiet, that there’s calm, that it’s for me, it’s having an organized place where things are put away so that there’s nothing to distract me to get done, right. That’s more, I need to get this done, it’s more important than meditating right now. Or it’s more important than sitting here reading or giving myself just the enjoyment of this present moment. So, creating scenarios where everything is put away, and I have no excuses, to not give myself that time, is important for me.
Mindie: I love that.
Elisha: That’s so crazy, right?
Mindie: I so resonate with, not that I do that. But it’s like, I understand why you do that. Because to me, it is so easy to have all those different distractions and like, oh, I need to wash the dishes, or I need to do, you know any of that other stuff. Because that’s life and just having made sure that they’re done so that you have that time kind of secured, that’s awesome. So, moving on to the R. And this is one of my favorite ones. And I know you’ll probably geek out on it too. The R stands for resources. Resources can be books, can be programs, mentors, you know, any kind of resource that you have used in your life, I wonder if you could just mention a few that have really impacted you and that you would recommend to others.
Elisha: Awesome. So, resources are a huge thing. I don’t think that anyone gets anywhere by themselves. I think sometimes and even in points in my life, I thought it was me. Like, look what I’ve done, look what I’ve accomplished. No, it wasn’t me. So, the universe is working its magic behind the scenes, and it’s connecting us to the people and the books that we need and everything that we need, if we’re open to growing. So, some of the things that I absolutely love is and Mindie you know, I totally geek out on this. It’s just the books, I love books. So, right now, I know I’m like, oh my God give me a good book. And so, I think that books are just amazing. Not only because they have so much content to them, but because you can go back and reference them. And just like you, Mindie, I highlight my books and make notes in them in certain manners and ways just so that I can go back and reference them. But of course, as I grow maybe a passage that used to mean a ton to me, I’m like, oh, cool, I’ve gotten through that one. And now I’ve moved on to a different growth point in my life. But right now, I am reading The Power of Now, and I am absolutely loving that book. I also think Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dspenza is phenomenal. I’m very much into spiritual growth, and then also business growth. So, the extremes are pretty big, but I try to bounce between the two. So, one month I jump into one and the other month I jump into the other, just to kind of keep them balanced, because I can totally go left or right, and then forget about the other side. So, just trying to make sure those are balanced. The other thing that I do is, I try and we kind of touched on this earlier, is to surround myself with awesome people. So, what I do, is I kind of soul search, like where am I missing the boat? Where am I not living up to my potential, that’s a painful thing to look for in yourself. And it definitely takes the ability to accept being hard on yourself, right? It’s not hard, like you’re tearing yourself down, it’s hard, like you would be with a best friend, like, hey, I know you can do better, but you do it for yourself. And so, when I see those points, I’m like, okay, I need to grow here, then I’ve tried to find the best person or coach in that area. And I’m just like, I don’t care what it cost, what it takes, what you tell me to do, I’m going to do it. Because if they’re excelling there, then who am I to say, I can’t learn from them. And if they’re willing to teach me, then I’m willing to hear everything they say, and try it. So, that’s not to say that, you know, an awesome coach knows everything, no, but that doesn’t change the fact that if they’ve accomplished what you’re trying to accomplish, that’s a great person to align with. And if you will do what they tell you to do, you’ll figure out really quick if it works for you, too. So, that’s kind of the way that I try to go about tackling resources and then applying them in my life.
Mindie: Yeah, and I’ve seen you do that, I can speak to that, that’s exactly what you do. I mean, you’re often asking me about recommendations or whatever. And, you know, like I said, we both can geek out on that. So, that is super fun to wrap up the acronym, the B stands for beliefs. And with beliefs, I’m talking about, like your worldview, you know, how you how you see the world? And you’ve actually mentioned some of these things already. But just even get more specific on this. What are some of the beliefs that you hold to be true, that have really allowed you to become the woman that you are the badass that you are?
Elisha: That’s a good one, Mindie. The beliefs that I hold true. I definitely believe that, and I don’t want this to be to be viewed as a negative, but I believe that taking and I think sometimes it does get misinterpreted that way, but taking 100% ownership for everything in your life, that to me, it was my big game-changer. Of course, I took ownership of the badass things I did, Well, of course, I did those, but the shittier parts, or the ugly parts, the parts that I didn’t think were great. It was easier to be like, well, that happened because of, and I mean, you don’t always necessarily blame someone else. But the belief still isn’t there that, hey, all of this happened for my good. So, I am 100% responsible for every decision in my life. So, you might not be 100% responsible for every opportunity or scenario presented to you, but you are 100% responsible for how you respond to it. So, that is something that I’ve definitely let guide my life and seen a huge improvement in quality of life, I’m not going to say I’m perfect at it. And it’s a work in progress, and I really think it will always be. So, it’s just a guiding light for me like, hey, this is the path that I want to go down. And this is who I want to be. And so, some days, it’s easier than others, and that’s my probably number one. And then my number two is being present. You know, there is no life before or after us. We only have this now. And so, yes, we have to think about the future and plan out our steps and things like that. But we don’t have to live there. I think if I remember correctly, your brain thinks like 80,000 thoughts a day or something like that, and over 90% of them are just repetitive. So, it’s like, okay, I don’t want to do that, my brain is just another muscle that I have the blessing of having inside of me, but it isn’t who I am. And so, I’m learning to control what I think about, what I let that story in my head tell me, because I think those are the ways, once you understand how to control that and you learn how to institute peace into your life and being present. That’s one of those phenomenal ideas, that you know, your brain no matter how many times it’s fun couldn’t think of, that’s when the universe has time to slip those in and let those become known and become present in your life. So, I think those are my two guiding ones.
Mindie: Nice. I love that. Talk to me about generosity.
Elisha: Yeah, that’s like my favorite. I call them giving. Everybody’s like, oh my god, you love to give, and you give the best gifts and, I am like, I don’t really love to give. It’s selfish, like I’m giving to you because it makes me happy.
Mindie: Yeah, that’s exactly what I wanted to talk about, you have this weird concept, what do you call it? Selfish giving.
Elisha: Selfish giving. Yeah. Because that’s what I do. I’m like I’m giving because it makes me feel good. And thank you for allowing me to do it, right? People except I’m just like, thank you, because it makes me feel really good. And I have to be able to give and share with others, there’s a certain extent that everybody needs things, right. And I have plenty of stuff I don’t need. So, it’s just like, I’m past the point of needing. And so, then what is my motivation for continuing to move forward, if it can’t be that I can share and give to others. So, whether that be you know, monetary, or just a conversation or share a book that I found that really helped me and maybe I can see, oh, maybe if they read this, that would be helpful for them right now in their life. It doesn’t matter what it is. I just enjoy giving, and people allow me to operate in that gift. I appreciate it. So–
Mindie: It is so funny to me, because you say oh, I’m selfish giving. And I’m like what, like, I’m the one that is grateful for your gift.
Elisha: And I’m grateful you let me, like I need to.
Mindie: I think that’s awesome. And I love generosity in my life, I love it in other people’s lives. And you know, if we could all just be more selfish givers, I think the world would be a really, really different place. So, I wanted to ask you about that. Talk to me also about you and your husband, Charles, you run all of these companies, like 100 million dollars value of companies? That’s a huge amount. Is your lifestyle now vastly different? Or were you always in, I would put like a like in a wealth situation? Like, did you have money? Did you not come from money? What was this period of your development?
Elisha: Right? So, neither of us came from money. We both came from families that worked really hard. Both of us came from large families, which worked out well, we were both the oldest in each family, which is why we both butt heads so much. I mean, it’s great, because the best idea will always win. But it also has something to do with who’s willing to fight the hardest. Oh, it’s just like, well, let’s go. That’s probably one of my favorite things about Charles, he never lets me get off easy. So, I’m not struggling to get into anything. However, if my idea is best, I win. So, it’s a lot of fun in that regard. So, we both came from families who worked really hard just to kind of make it. And I think both of us in our early 20’s, mid 20’s, maybe even until late 20’s, money was an issue. We both had businesses previously on our own. They were minorly successful to like, at the greatest if you will, definitely learned a ton from them. But until we combine our knowledge, we weren’t able to create this booming success that people see now. And it didn’t come overnight Mindie, there was a lot of sleepless nights, a lot of 90 hour weeks. A lot of us not taking any money and giving everything, we had. I mean, Charles has a screenshot from his bank account, I think there was like $87 in it, and that wasn’t so long ago. I’m like, wow, was it in, 2012 or 2014. But I mean, you have to be willing to put it all on the line. And I think a lot of times people see entrepreneurs and they see the glamour, and they don’t realize that you paid for that with blood, sweat and tears. So, for us it makes it even more valuable. It’s just like, you get to see the rewards that everything that you invested. But you also have to remember that it doesn’t make you, because at any moment we could lose this too, there’s no guarantees to things. Like what happened in 2020, Coronavirus can happen, and you could have laid your best plans and you could have done everything right and it just wiped you out. That’s not to say that businesses that were lost during this time did a bad job. I mean, how do you prepare for something that’s ever happened in your life, right? So, you have to appreciate your hard work and enjoy it. But then also know that even everything that we’ve built, isn’t who we are. Right? There’s more to us.
Mindie: Yeah. And that’s such a great reminder to everybody out there, that there is potential and it’s all about that work. I love that, you’re like, no, neither of us came from money. And now together, we’ve developed this whole different experience of life. And, I celebrate you both so much just for your personal development, your business development, who you’ve become, who you are in the world, it’s just awesome. So, let’s talk about another passion project of yours. You have this really, really cool thing going on called League of Goddesses. Tell me a little bit about that.
Elisha: So, first, can I say thank you for your super sweet compliment? Hearing those things from you, Mindie, it means a lot. It’s just, I’ve admired you for a long time. And so, to hear that from you means a lot. So, thank you for that.
Mindie: You’re welcome.
Elisha: I will go on to the League of Goddesses, this is another, what do we call that? The selfish giving that I like to do. I was like, you know what? I really think that I can find a really good way to give back to women. And let me preface this by, I love guys, you all are awesome, you’re phenomenal, you’ve been kicking ass for, you know, eons. And I think that some of my best teachers were men. So, that being said, I totally appreciate you guys, but you still can’t be in the League of Goddesses, it’s just for women. And it’s definitely a passion for me, I am so motivated by helping women, help women move further faster. I think that it hasn’t been a century, since we were truly free to create these lives all on our own without any inhibitions or any, I need a man for this or for that, right. And this is not a man’s fault, this is just the way the world was, they didn’t do anything wrong. It’s just how it was. And in order to, secure financial stability and secure things for your children, you just had to make sure that you married the best man. And that was just the end of the story. So, you did whatever it took. But that isn’t the world that we live in anymore. And now that we haven’t lived there for a couple of decades, I feel like all of us are changing, and we’re changing quickly. But we’re trying to adjust to this new world that we live in where, wow, this can really just be all about me and about everything that I’ve built. And what I put into it is what I get out of it. And that being said, I think that as women, we’re still learning what all the powers are that we bring to the workforce, and how to bring them and how to maximize them and how to get where we want to get by embracing the differences between men and women versus the women, versus us powerful women trying to fit ourselves in the mold of powerful men that we’ve seen succeed.
So, there were powerful men, and they have paths that you can follow. But I think we can create our own paths to powerful women succeeding and it’s just going to be a little bit different. But it’s what we need. And it’s kind of like I told you, Charles had grown things on his own, and I had grown things on my own. But we didn’t become a phenomenal powerhouse until we put our specialties together. So, for the same reason that our marriage works so well, and I’m not saying it’s perfect, is the same reason our business works so well, because his strengths happen to be areas that I’m a little bit weaker in and my strengths happen to be ones that naturally as a male, his are a little bit weaker. And so, when we can combine them, we get the best result. And I feel like that is so accurate for any business. So, any business would be just wildly successful to have awesome, strong, powerful women in leadership roles. And so, my goal is to create a place where we can grow leaders, whether they be CEO’s, business owners, entrepreneurs, I don’t care what they are, if they want support from other strong women, the League of Goddesses should be the place for that. And then when they’re ready to give back to women, whatever their talents are, or specialties are, I hope that that’s also the place that they can easily find other women who need them and share with that way. So, that’s kind of what it is, in a large nutshell.
Mindie: Yeah, that’s awesome. I’ve seen just really, really great things going on in there that you created and started, and I love that, it’s just like that’s a side project for you. It’s a passion piece for you, it’s just awesome. So, if our listeners are interested in learning more about who you are, what you’re up to, how can they get in touch with you? Where would you like to send them online?
Elisha: Yeah, so I think my website is probably the easiest, it’s just ElishaCovey.com. And if they’re interested in the League of Goddesses, there’s a page on there for it. So, you can just click on it and ask to be invited. And as long as you’re a woman, we’ll let you join. And if you’re a dude, come on. Don’t do that. I’ll figure it out.
Mindie: Perfect. Thank you so much. Like, I said at the beginning, I’m excited for my audience to get to know you, to see what you’re doing in the world. And really to utilize you as such an example of possibility because that, to me is what you shine at. So, thanks so much for your time and your wisdom today.
Elisha: Oh, Mindie, I thoroughly enjoyed it. And I appreciate you wanting me here. It was a pleasure.