Reprioritizing Health and Family


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Featured Case Study CHALLENGE After nearly three decades in the healthcare field she loved, Donna was in her dream role. “I have the power to make a difference in my position. I am seen as a leader and an expert in my field, the physicians and the patients I serve see me as a valuable resource, and I’ve changed many lives because of it.” A dedicated servant to her patients,read more

Championing Her Voice and Dreams


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Featured Case Study CHALLENGE The pressure Cat felt had her bursting at the seams. New to motherhood, she was juggling sleep deprivation, anxiety, and the end of her maternity leave, in addition to a house purchase and remodel, all while balancing the responsibility of being the household breadwinner. “I was feeling like I couldn’t be the truthspeaker. When we got married and pregnant, we were in a different dynamic thanread more

Finding Her Value and Voice


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An always-on high-performer who fell into the trap that success is title and money, Chase felt drained, disconnected, on the verge of quitting, and afraid she wasn’t showing up as the type of mom she wanted to be for her two toddlers—she was snappy, impatient, and not present.

Healing Burnout Patterns


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Featured Case Study CHALLENGE Tamara was captive to her endless to-do list. Balancing motherhood, a high-demand corporate career, and an unsustainable pace left her in a state of constant overwhelm, overfunctioning, and exhaustion. “I was constantly burnt out, and it manifested as migraines, hives, and my jaw was tight,” says Tamara. “I couldn’t slow down my mind and was hard on myself. I was playing scared and like I wasread more

Putting an End to Perfectionism


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Featured Case Study CHALLENGE Jana was plagued by perfectionism. It followed her as a straight-A student, a chemical engineer in pre-med in college, and into her dream job at a Fortune 100 company. On paper, her life was perfect. “I was driven by achieving excellence,” says Jana. “With everything I did, I would push myself to the max. I had a great, successful career, but it wasn’t creating the liferead more

Modeling Feminine Leadership


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Featured Case Study CHALLENGE Hard-driving. Fast-paced. First one in the office, and last one to leave. 80-hour weeks. Like many women, this was Maria’s perception of a leader. “You had to push hard and drive really hard or you would not get outcomes or success,” she says of her 25 years of experience working in the healthcare industry. “We’re taught what a leader should look like, and it’s often modeledread more

Rediscovering Purpose and Passion


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Featured Case Study CHALLENGE For more than a decade, Dena spent 10-hour-plus work days serving high-demand, impoverished communities, leading hundreds of employees, and juggling 24/7 crisis calls. “You feel like you have to present a certain way in a man’s world,” she says. Dena was crumbling under pressure, lost her voice, battled cold sweats and panic attacks and was afraid she was a “one-foot-in-and-one-foot-out-the-door mom.” She poured everything she hadread more

Reclaiming Confidence and Freedom


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Featured Case Study CHALLENGE A natural high achiever, Sena reached her dream leadership role after rising through the ranks in a male-dominated industry. “It was everything I ever wanted,” she says. That’s why it shocked her when she was ready to quit and throw away everything she had built over the past 20 years. “As soon as I got it, I started feeling major impostor syndrome and stress to theread more