When there is something in your heart that’s big and bold, that scares the crap out of you, that you believe is your purpose on Earth–whether it’s being the best mom you could ever be or the CEO of a Fortune 10 company and everything in between. If that dream is in your gut, there is a reason. Don’t give up.
Do you believe that’s true? Can feeling confident change our lives? Can it accelerate our career trajectories, strengthen our relationships, improve our health, and help us surpass our own goals? Let me tell you what I’ve learned as an executive coach. It can.
I hope my story inspires you to look at the ways you’re building confidence in your life outside of work that will fuel the badass woman you are in your career. For me, it took finding a place I could feel comfortable experimenting, learning, trying, failing, and growing. And at the end of the episode, we talk about what that could look like for you, too.
In this episode, I walk you through what an executive coach is, what it isn’t, and how you know if a coach might be beneficial for you.
That’s exactly what I did with this week’s totally unscripted podcast episode. It’s a Caytie-tell-all where I share why I do what I do, why I choose to work with women instead of men, and even some juicy details about my quirks, guilty pleasures, and my love of sushi and Shane Langford.
In this episode, I’m talking about the importance rest. My hope for this message is that comes to you at a time when all you’re hearing is hustle, but what you really need is to allow yourself to slow down for a minute and reconnect to why you’re working so hard in the first place. I want you to know that this episode is coming straight from the heart; I’ll share my story of getting caught up in my own state of overtired, overbooked and overwhelmed.