Your career doesn’t get to define you.

(In fact, it should be the other way around.)

The problem, of course, is that we’re all playing from the same rule book:

  • We’ve emulated the tactics we saw working for our colleagues (especially our senior male colleagues),
  • We’ve exhibited the behavior we thought our bosses wanted from us,
  • We’ve taken on the personality we believe befits a partner, executive, and leader.

We hunkered down, hustled hard, and often pretended to be something we’re not as we climbed our way to the top.

But once we arrived? We’re:

  • Depleted and frustrated,
  • Brimming with a self-doubt we haven’t experienced in decades,
  • Feeling on the outs of a system we worked ruthlessly to get inside of.

It’s crazy, isn’t it? But the ugly truth is that, in many ways, your career is one in which the higher you climb, the more tenuous your role (and business) is.

So instead of feeling freer and more empowered by our achievements, we feel bound by the very systems we’ve strived to master and in turn, find ourselves stuck and wanting more.

The problem, of course, is that we don’t how to change things without losing all of the ground we worked so hard to gain.

And here’s the thing I want you to know:

Whether you want to stay at a job or leave one,

Whether you want to grow your business or start a new one,

You have a choice.

You’re not trapped in someone else’s path or story.

I can help you reclaim your vision and passion.

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Copywriting:  Terri Trespicio, Jill Pond & Nikki Groom

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