Before I purchased the program, the problem I was having was that I’m an athlete in Brazilian jujitsu, which is a ground fighting martial art, and I’ve been in that martial art for 12 years. And I teach and work at the gym, after my main job as an auditor. And because I’m a tax auditor and this “violence” part, I found that I had more masculine energy and I was so used to being around men as friends. I wasn’t able to access my femininity, and I was looking for a way to develop that part of myself more. The results I’ve achieved so far is I’ve been able to use Anna’s template to more accurately assess my look and my lifestyle to determine what areas have been holding me back and achieving the type of life that I’d like to have and the type of partner I’d like to attract.
I think that her brutally honest assessment of the way men see women and the type of woman they’re looking for has helped me to figure out behaviors that I need to change. And it’s really helped me overall in updating my wardrobe, my makeup, my hair, that type of thing. I would recommend an online finishing school to someone who was on the fence because, in reality, the cost is minimal compared to the amount of time you’ll waste without the proper guidance and the proper content. So I feel like if you have the money or if you can get the money, you can save yourself time, which is much more valuable in the end, time making mistakes and spinning your wheels without someone who actually knows where you’re coming from and who can help you take those next steps and inspire you to continue with your transformation until you’ve achieved, what it is that you want to achieve.
Other benefits that I found in being a part of the online community with the online finishing school and with Anna Bay as an instructor is that she is a really good role model. She thinks women deserve to be treated very well by men, and she doesn’t accept anything less. And a person like that gives everyone else permission to do the same. And I feel that seeing her work ethic where she’s always, always trying to improve herself and always moving forward; it’s an empowering thing for women to see someone who, yes, want to be a strong woman. However, I don’t want to be the man in a relationship. I want to be a strong woman, and I want to have a man who will still be strong enough to support me. So it’s, yes, we can be feminists, but we also have to value ourselves in our relationships and stop taking this 50/50 masculine role. That seems to be more popular these days.