We do not have to choose between parenting and professional success. We can excel in both. What’s more, the better we are in parenting, the more successful we become as leaders.
My kids love each other and have a strong sibling bond. They are confident and happy not to follow the crowd. My son’s teacher called him a “role model” for the class. My 8-year-old daughter’s anti-bullying essay went viral when I posted it on LinkedIn. She is the child who will make sure she plays with the new, lonely kid in class. My relationship with my kids brings me unlimited joy.
At the same time, I feel fulfilled in my job and free to go after my biggest dreams. My daughter cheered me on when she saw me on the TEDx stage and my son loved seeing his name on the acknowledgments of my Penguin-published book.
My husband and I raised our kids while he had a high-flying executive role and I launched and scaled a 6-figure solopreneur coaching business.
Many of the strategies I share in this course were not obvious to me before I discovered them. They are not commonly taught. They are not the way most of us were raised. But, they made a massive difference in the quality of my relationship with my children and our mutual thriving. It has also benefited many of my executive coaching clients. I can’t wait to share them with you.