Practical advice to support you with your career, business, money, beating burnout, creating life/work balance and getting it all done.
I will support you to get unstuck and build the life and business of your dreams.
Have you ever secretly dreamed of taking on a new role, switching into a different job, company or industry so that you can take some time off?
We live in a culture where it can seem “lazy” or “bad” to take a break.
But the truth is, rest and time to just be is important.
The things that hold us back in our life, work and relationships…often live in our shadows.
They’re things we don’t want to admit, let alone see or give space to explore.
Getting unstuck requires vulnerability and intimacy to meet ALL the parts of you…your strengths and talents as well as the aspects of you that aren’t so perfect or polished.
I work with women and men who identify as high achievers. Individuals who want to do a lot and who’s work deeply matters to them. But high standards and expectations, they can tend to struggle with burnout, overwhelm, perfectionism and more.
In today’s episode I want to share with you what I wish I knew back when I was in corporate about to say goodbye. Because the real reason you may feel like quitting isn’t what you think. And I’d hate for you to cut short your career prematurely.
If you’re feeling stuck in your life and work right now….chances are there are just 3 areas that are holding you back from moving forward.
These 3 areas are what you need to know about to figure out what’s stopping you from making a decision and moving on forward.
There comes a point in your career or business when you just need to take a break or pause.
For high-achievers this can be a really daunting prospect.
If you’re a high achiever you’re likely hardworking with big goals. You likely have a strong desire to make a meaningful impact with what you do.
In the episode we explore how Laurena has paved her own path in her 20 year career in the medical field. Navigating big questions like “Am I on the right path?” and “How can I really help?”