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From age 14 on, I became obsessed with studying the inner workings of how people think and spent HOURS on the phone at night with self-proclaimed “misfits” who told me they didn’t have anyone else to talk with while also occasionally sharing a lunch table with the popular kids – …when I felt like it. I quickly understood and calculated my actions and others’ subsequent reactions, and had control and people-ing down to a science.


In college, I studied graphic design and minored in marketing – escaping reality in the name of studying abroad as often as I could (twice, but still wish it had been more).


I met my husband, got married within a year of graduating college and got my dream job working as an SEO manager for a web development agency. I had my first child a year after that – which is when the self-identity crisis flood gates opened.

Becoming a full-time working mom cracked my walls wide open. I experienced postpartum anxiety so extreme that I faced serious physical symptoms from numbness to dizziness to feeling like my nervous system was completely shutting down and I mentally began planning my own funeral.


I knew I couldn’t continue like that, so I threw myself into a distraction from my anxiety symptoms and used my design skills to open an Etsy shop. My shop did well – I remember telling my mom that I had made $1000 in a single month and I felt brave enough to take on a few web design and social media clients… Consistently taking the next brave and logical step lead me to the desire to become an expert in paid advertising and sales funnels – ultimately mastering all things digital marketing.


After about two years of side-hustling and obsessively calculating what income I’d need to replace my designer salary, I happily walked away from my job.

Now, my story isn’t one of those where I opened the doors to my business and hit a million dollars in the first year of business – because that’s not what happened…. Not even close. It took me a long time to build trust in myself and believe that it* was even possible. (*It being a life of financial and time freedom.


In fact, it took me six years to hit six figures.


It took me six years to finally listen to the voice in my head that told me I was ready to be more and do more – I stopped fighting my desire to teach and share my story and surrendered fully to using my voice and owning the power I’d had all along.

And once I cracked the code, I went from 6 figures to over 7 figures in annual revenue in less than 10 months, without working insane hours, alienating my family or losing my sense of self.


I stepped on stage to receive my Two Comma Club award at Funnel Hacking Live in January of 2020.

I’ve had the honor of helping hundreds of amazing, inspired entrepreneurs (like you!) do the same – no matter their story nor upon which step of the journey we’ve met. 


It IS all possible. Our generation has been given an amazing opportunity in entrepreneurship that’s never before been available. We live in a reality where the number of lives we impact can be directly reflected by the dollars in our bank accounts – and I can show you how to do, be and have everything you’ve ever dreamt to be possible for your life.

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professional bio

Allie Bjerk is a visibility strategist, coach and consultant. Allie has helped hundreds of business owners create the visibility strategies and marketing plans behind growing super-profitable businesses for balanced and prosperous lives. Allie has taken her marketing agency experience and used it to lead entrepreneurs towards their goals through her transformational programs.


Allie’s mission is to help entrepreneurs to show up authentically, owning their expertise and not shrinking down from their big dreams. Her focus on inner-work, confidence, consistency, captivation and clarity has set her work apart from other marketers and strategists, who focus on tactics and algorithms over the relationships.


Allie spent 4 years working for corporate web development and Internet marketing agencies before launching her business. She managed the SEO and Social Media departments, teaching marketing and training new agency employees. Allie left her corporate career after the birth of her first baby and a battle with debilitating postpartum anxiety that served as the catalyst for her to transform her life and never look back. She now lives an adventure and travel-filled life based in Northern Minnesota with her husband and three young children.

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