Jim was struggling. The stress had simply become too much. Crippling anxiety and persistent insomnia paralyzed him, and he couldn’t stop procrastinating. Task and time management felt impossible, and trying to compensate by working longer and harder was severely burning him out.
He wondered why he couldn’t just focus. After two graduate degrees and a job at the consulting firm, he was supposed to have this figured out by now. But he constantly felt inadequate and wondered if maybe he just wasn’t smart or good enough (whatever that means.)
His social life had become a distant memory. The relationship with his partner was unsatisfying, but he was too caught up in self-doubt to make a change. He had no mental space or emotional energy to enjoy what he’d worked so hard to create. One thing was certain; this was not the life he imagined.
Roy and Anna looked like the perfect couple on paper. They seemed to have it all. But beneath the surface, their life together had become unmanageable. The pressure of raising kids and maintaining two demanding careers overwhelmed them both.
An endless torrent of demands seemed to flood them from every angle, and they’d begun to blame each other for the chaos. One partner working late or being pulled into last-minute meetings left the other “holding the bag” and feeling resentful.
The “joy” of having a family was becoming increasingly isolating for them both. They had no time for each other, and the love they’d built their life on seemed like it was fading away. This is what they thought they wanted – kids and careers – but they were drowning and couldn’t understand how anyone made this work.
Roy and Anna
Alicia had just been promoted to senior management, but instead of feeling proud and motivated, she was frozen with panic. She couldn’t even manage her own household, so how was she supposed to manage and motivate a team in this brand-new department?
She began to doubt herself incessantly. Why do they think I have the leadership or strategic thinking skills to do this? She wanted to be excited about this new opportunity, but the imposter syndrome she felt was slowly crushing her.
Leading a team from a place of doubt and confusion, she knows, is untenable. But she simply doesn’t know any other way.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
— Anais Nin
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Jim decided he wanted life to feel better and contacted me. Together, we carved a path through his ADHD and created productivity methods that worked with his brain. We tackled his unhelpful thoughts and avoidant behaviors to create more sustainable habits. Today, he finds himself at a company he loves, with a promotion in hand, coming home to a partner he can’t wait to marry.
Roy and Anna decided their family and love were too important to watch slip away. They needed a new operating model that accounted for their demanding careers and their vision for a family. Together, we created clarity around what success meant for them and charted a map for walking that path together. Today, they find themselves more in love than the day they married.
Roy and Anna
Alicia decided she wanted to succeed in her new leadership role and life. The executive assessment process helped her gain awareness and clarity on her preferences, tendencies, and thinking abilities. Our work together led her to not only create successful relationships with her employees, but also helped her pave the way for her team to break all company performance records.
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