Meet Destinee Berman
I spent more than a decade in the corporate and technology world, and I took on every job as though it were my own business. This dedication and drive helped me rise to leadership roles among some of the top marketing technology companies, managing multi-million dollar online marketing budgets for companies such as Twitter, Proctor & Gamble, and Microsoft. I loved it… but I knew that ultimately, this wasn’t my deepest path. I wanted more freedom and fulfillment. And I knew that I could serve bigger.
Coming from a Southeast Asian background, I always accepted things like reincarnation and talking to spirits. As I got older, my love of the metaphysical expanded to include everything from yoga and meditation to astrology and personal development. I cultivated my own daily practices, attended seminars and worked one-on-one with respected spiritual teachers and mind-body healers. Fast-forward to 2014: I found myself at a crossroads. The company I worked for at the time was being acquired, and I had the opportunity to move into a bigger role. But something inside of me knew it was time to make a change. I worked with a career coach, took every assessment and aptitude test I could find, and consulted my team of spiritual advisors (which included astrologers, tarot readers and intuitive).
Today, I combine my expertise in online marketing with my love of the intuitive arts to help established experts, coaches, and educators bring their life’s work online – so they can serve bigger. In the past 5 years I’ve helped my clients launch highly successful online programs and schools – changing the lives of thousands of participants from around the world and generating multiple seven figures in revenue.
I started with the End in Mind. It took me 6 months to start. I started off just six years ago. I was playing this game with myself like, “If I can get my business to this certain level, then I can join that mastermind, I can join that group coaching, I’d be good enough.”
What I realized pretty quickly, about two years in as if I can put all that aside, and I joined the right groups and get surrounded by the right mentors who can get me to the next level, I can accelerate five to ten times faster. But, you’ve got to work through a lot of things when it comes to that. Right? Whether it be, being humble, accepting guidance, and trusting other people. I would recommend that for anyone who is starting their business.
Also, having a baby forced me to meet my fear of being out of control head on and walk through it. I hired new team members and gave them more freedom and responsibility. I saw them grow to become leaders in their own areas and take full ownership of their work. And despite my initial worries, everything worked out great. My business has never been stronger and that’s because I walked through that door. Relinquishing control helped my business thrive.
My business mission is to support healers, holistic coaches, and spiritual teachers by bringing their work online, reach global audiences, and make big money without selling out.
Moreover, with the team, we founded a 6 month personalized, hybrid (one-to-one and group) done-with-you Launch Accelerator Immersion program designed to turn your expertise into profitable digital courses and schools.
A key to success is to get yourself surrounded by the right people.
Besides this, one of my strengths is really focusing, so I can figure out what to prioritize based on resources, priorities, results, like that. That’s something that comes up for all my clients and my students. It’s like how do I pick the top two or three strategies to really focus on? A lot of that is just getting clear in your values, getting on, “Okay, I have two people who are going to work on this project? Where can I focus on that can move the lever the most to get to the next result, and then build and reinvest from there?”
If you try to do too much, that’s not going to help. If you try to do too little, that’s not going to help. It does take time, but I do believe that’s doable over time. But, it’s really getting real with where you’re at and then picking the two or three things to really focus on.