Imagine this. You are the valedictorian of your high school class. You graduate at the top of your class in college. You land a great job. You get accepted to graduate school. You get a job at a Fortune 100 company. You have two beautiful babies. Your husband is working his way up the ladder, too.
When you go to bed at night, you aren’t sure if you accomplished anything meaningful that day. Life is a blur of midnight feedings, all-day meetings, and scrambling to put food on the table at night.
Somewhere along the path, you lost who you were in the process.
I know what this feels like because this is MY story. It’s why I hired a coach. It’s why I became a coach.