Here are some kind words from women who have been where you are…
“María has taught me how to get busy living.”
“I now have greater insight into myself to redefine my goals … with tangible steps to achieve them.”
“… she helped me to feel more secure in moving forward.”
“I am now empowered to regain the balance I lost …”
“… I began to feel stronger and more confident than I had ever felt in my life.”
You are not alone!
I’ve been where you are…
I lived through major shifts in my life over and over again and became hardened to how I was feeling.
Many of these unexpected life events happened during my decades-long corporate management career. I felt compelled to stuff my emotions deeply just to get through the day. Most of the time, I didn’t know what I was feeling. I just kept on going, wearing a mask and a suit of armor to protect me, conditioning myself by pretending everything is fine—going through the motions.
Until this one time, something within me broke and I couldn’t summon the resiliency to keep plowing through.
When I hit rock-bottom, I had no choice but to reach for help. It was my turning point.
There are times when everyone needs a trusted hand to find the way back after being derailed. The woman who reached out her hand to me saved my life. She paid it forward, and I am paying it back.
As a result, I’m inspired to help other women thrive, as I have learned to because I am proof that it is possible.
I encourage women like you to give themselves permission to rediscover who they are now, after an event has abruptly changed them. They get to take off the mask they hide behind and begin to create a vibrant life which supports them where they are today and where they want to go.
Together, we create an environment that allows you to step back into your life fully, with more clarity and confidence.
You regain resiliency while putting tools in your treasure chest which will keep you from getting derailed ever again.
That’s what I call thriving!
Get Unstuck! 5 Steps to Adapt to Change & Move Through Transition
Life or career events that throw us off-course can make us feel small. In response, we might doubt ourselves or sabotage our every move. In the worst case scenarios, we might become paralyzed–unable to move at all. STUCK! When significant events turn your world upside down, you might not know which end is up or what to expect next. In that situation, it’s difficult to plan when you don’t know what to plan for. You might wonder if there is light at the end of the tunnel (and whether or not you’ll ever get to it).
I’m here to tell you that there is.
You might be in the middle of a tunnel right now. You might even see light at both ends. You know that you don’t want to go back where you came from, but you’re also not sure how to move forward.
This book shares what I know about change and transition—the difference between them, and the choices you have as significant events disrupt life as you know it. Download the audio or printable version below: