Local Chicago Woman Helps Others to Wealthier and More Balanced Lives
Bob Narang-Chicago Tribune| Posted December 29, 2020
I have known Cathy Hallihan for give or take 30 years now and made an exception for my typical sports reporting to write her press release. She had been highly regarded in the City of Chicago as a Health and Wellness Professional. Over the past several years, she has expanded her business endeavors and made it her mission to help others do the same thing.
Cathy is smiling ear to ear as she has us sitting in her living room sipping on hot chocolate. Her son snuggled up next to her announces, “We are going on vacation tomorrow! Please don’t take too long as we need to finalize our packing.” “Where are you going?” I ask. “Mom is taking us to California.” her son enthusiastically responds.
“Cathy, is it true that just a few short years ago, you were not sure how you were going to build additional income into you life?” I ask. “Yes.” Cathy responds. “I was newly divorced. As a single parent, I had no idea how I was going to juggle adding in additional income streams while being available to my son. Then, I began the Master Key Mastermind Alliance with Mark and Davene Januszewski and many others. This program not only helped me learn the skills to build my wealth, but it also introduced to people I would have never met. Like Robert Kiyosaki says, ‘Build your network to build your wealth’ and that is exactly what I did. This expanded me into wealth, health, & lifestyle coaching, affiliate marketing, and real estate investing. I shared this with others and helped them through their journeys and here I stand today!”
“What are the top three things that you needed to learn to get you where you are today?” I ask. “I needed to regain my twentysomething work ethic with a fortysomething body and child rearing duties. I also regained that fearlessness that I had back then as that was a refocus for me after having my son. Finally, I learned to go where ever business takes me as being in demand internationally pays more than being in demand locally.”