Sister Lady Girl
Does this sound like you?
You’ve hit burnout multiple times, battled ongoing stress and exhaustion, feel like you’re just going through the motions, know you need to make a change, but you have no idea where to start.
I’ve been exactly where you are.
For the better half of my life, I lived in roles defined by other people. I grew up thinking being successful meant I had to be a boss chick and a supermom. Plus exercise everyday so even at 40, people would still think I was in my 20s. That I had to be the best bestie my best friends have ever had and the most loving spouse my hubby would ever know. Oh, after that, I needed to make sure the house was clean, the meals were cooked, and that I got my eight hours of sleep after I finished my nightly self care routine.
I know what it's like to feel like you’ve lost yourself because you’ve been so busy paying attention to everything and everyone else.
I know what it’s like to feel like your dreams have been on the backburner for so long, you don’t even know what your life’s true purpose is anymore.
But here’s what else I know. Just because those roles have been described in a certain manner, does not mean they have to align that way for you. Hollywood, social media, your friends and family do not get to choose the rhythm of your life and how it looks. Only YOU get to define what works for you.
I know because I did it.
If you want to live your best life, you have
to first figure out what your options are.
It’s no longer about following society’s script about who and what a woman over 40
should be. Creating a life that has meaning and fulfillment, means creating a new narrative.
I learned how to package my 30+ years of expertise to launch a profitable coaching and curated events business while still working my 9-to-5. I’ve been able to supplement my income, create a solid plan for my retirement, find a creative outlet, and help hundreds of women over 40 start something new.
I launched SisterLadyGirl in response to feeling ‘left on the shelf,’ a sentiment that many women over 40 share. My goal was to create a space for women at a crossroads – either personally or professionally – who need access to proven tools and resources to help them pivot into something new and find fulfillment without having to compromise their finances.
If you’ve ever thought about doing something new, I’d love to show
you where to start, which is simply knowing what your options are.
I can’t wait to hear from you!
This Is Your Life...
and you should be able to live it the way you want to. Without all the labels, the preconceived notions and the limiting beliefs.
Whether you’re in your 40s, 50s or beyond, I want you to know it’s not too late, life hasn’t passed
you by and you don’t have to feel guilty about wanting more.
At a crossroads and feeling anxious, exhausted, hopeless and numb?
Then Find Your T.H.I.N.G. might be just what you’ve been looking for.
Take the first step toward making the next phase of your life the best phase of your life by using this course to Find Your T.H.I.N.G.
(Talents, Hobbies, Interests, Natural Abilities and Gifts)
I know from experience how hard it is to change your life when you have no idea where or how to start.
I also know that if you want to get the life you want, Find Your T.H.I.N.G. can help take you from where
you are now to where you want to be.
Inside Find Your T.H.I.N.G., You're Going To...
Here’s What You’ll Find Inside Of Find Your T.H.I.N.G.:
Ever thought you just want to do great work, enjoy your family and live a good life? Maybe you want to rekindle an old dream, explore a new career, or create something on the side? What if you simply want to become who you really are? This comprehensive review of the nine core things that most women in midlife agree are important will put you on the path to discovery.
The 9 Things
That Matter Most
You’ll do a full assessment of where you currently are in your life – reviewing anything and everything that takes up space, time or energy. That way, you’ll have a clearer picture of what’s going well and areas where improvements are needed.
In this exercise, you’ll craft a personal vision statement – based on everything you now know – describing what the most ideal version of your future looks like, because if you can see it, you can be it!
This is where things really start to come together! You’ll use this free personality evaluation to help you uncover what you’re really like – including your personal tendencies, talents, and opportunities for growth – so you can start to apply it.
Using what you’ve learned about what’s important to you, the areas of your life that are good or need improvement, your possibilities and opportunities and what you’re really like, you’re going to map out a rock solid pathway to limitless personal and professional growth.
Use this as your opportunity to dream! You’re going to draft a list of 100 things you could do in the future. Don’t limit or question anything. This is your life and only you get to determine what comes next!
Your 100 Things List
Once you’ve determined what’s most important to you and identified the areas of your life that could improve, you’ll create your customized list of Possibilities & Opportunities that exist for you.
I spent 30 years working as a corporate communicator. During that time, I watched the Internet transition from not being much of a thing to an entire “Internet of Things.”
I didn’t want to get left behind – or even worse – passed over. So, I became obsessed with growing my professional skills – enrolling in dozens of online courses, attending numerous conferences and hiring more coaches than I can remember – only to come away feeling even more confused than before I started.
I knew that insulating myself from a possible layoff meant I had to shake things up a bit. So, at 49 years old, I enrolled in graduate school and began the journey toward earning my Master’s degree in Communications.
While researching for my thesis, I read a study that suggested there were specific life markers for nearly every woman including when she gets married, when she and her spouse buy a home, when she has a child and when she becomes an empty-nester.
There were very few, if any, data markers after that. It was like women in midlife disappeared.
Making sure no other woman over 40 would have to feel invisible again served as the spark I needed to find my thing and change the narrative for my life.
I’ve gone from being a corporate cog to a successful sidepreneur and now, a midlife mentor showing other women over the age of 40 how to use their years of earned knowledge and experience to create new opportunities for themselves.
That’s why I know I can do the same for you.
You don’t have to experience the burnout, stress, anxiety and exhaustion I did.
I want to help you uncover what you’re truly meant to do and finally …