As some of you know, after a successful career on Wall Street and an MBA from Stanford, I felt like I’d climbed to the top of the ladder only to realize…crap! Wrong ladder!!
I was “successful” on the outside, but inside, I was craving deeper meaning and joy from my work.
Today, I want to talk to you about a shift.
A shift in the way strong women tend to take on the weight of the world, neglecting what they truly want.
I want to show you how to make a shift to focus on your soul’s desires, not just climbing another rung of somebody else’s ladder.
I’ve spent literally over 10,000 hours and close to ten years of personal experience and professional development learning about the neuroscience behind behavior change, working with career coaches, behavioral psychologists, mindfulness experts, and studying with some of the most prominent spiritual healers and thought leaders in the world.
I often felt alone or like I was crazy or being too picky and demanding – maybe I should just settle for a typical 9 to 5 desk job like everyone else.
But I just couldn’t. My soul wouldn’t let me.
Which is probably how you’re feeling if you’re still reading this email. Something is telling you there is more out there…
In the end, I came up with an incredibly powerful process to create work you love and I’m sharing it with you, FREE today.
Click to discover over a decade of research in a < 10 min video and start your steps to creating work you love.
I’d love to know what you think of this video!
Let me know after you’ve watched – what signs (positive or negative) have you noticed? Which of the 9 Steps was the most helpful?
I can’t wait to read all your comments and questions below!
P.S. If you’re at a career transition or a crossroads and you need help teasing out your wants vs. shoulds, support in defining what your next chapter will look like, and some accountability in the process of making it happen – Apply for a 1:1 Strategy Session with me today!
P.P.S. Not sure? Got questions? learn more about my upcoming Create Work You Love 3 Month Career Program for women, Apply Here.