If any of these situations seem familiar, my approach may work especially well for you.
- You’re an experienced professional who feels unfulfilled. You’re bored by your work rather than passionate about it. You sense that something is missing, but you’re not sure what. And you fear walking away from the successful career you’ve built.
- You’ve become less effective at work, perhaps after a promotion. You’ve always been a good employee. Unfortunately, what used to work well for you no longer cuts it. You feel depleted by the end of the day and, at times, surprised by how little you seemed to get done.
- You dabble in a lot of passions but aren’t super successful in any one thing. While you’re grateful to be doing work you love, you don’t know where (or how) to focus because everything seems important. At the same time, it’s terribly disappointing to not make the progress you know you’re capable of.
- Your work life is causing so much stress that your doctor has said something. Your family and friends have noticed, too, and perhaps a coworker who caught you crying. You have some ideas about what you need (delegate at work, adopt a relaxing morning routine, get over your imposter syndrome), but you haven’t been able to put them into action consistently. The concept of being both peaceful and productive seems laughably out of reach.
Regardless of their situation, the people I help are usually mid- to late-career professional women.
Plus, my most successful clients share these values with me:
- You’re self-aware. You’re introspective and enjoy learning about yourself.
- You’re driven. You work hard and love to accomplish difficult things.
- You’re lighthearted. You find reasons to laugh and believe that life shouldn’t be taken too seriously.
- You think holistically. You’re mindful of the connectedness among people and tend to prefer natural wellness approaches over quick fixes.
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