A career is the last hidey hole where beliefs and behavior created by traumatic childhood experiences lurk.
Do you push back for the sake of pushing back?
Are you always the first to volunteer?
Is your day filled with moments of checking out?
Do you continually come in early or late?
How many times have you taken on responsibilities outside your job?
Whether you know it or not, the beliefs and behaviors born from early trauma have infiltrated your professional world. I've discovered a way to unravel them so they no longer keep you from the career of your dreams.
The truth is, you have the right to feel safe in your work life - in the environment, with co-workers and bosses and during conflict or chaos. You have the power to create a career that allows you to move through the day without the masks trauma places over who you really are.
Let's identify where those beliefs and behaviors hide so you can the places it's hiding so you can make choices that honor who you really are.
The first thing you'll do is take my Escape the Trauma Trap: Career Edition quiz. Next, all participants will gather on a live 60-minute Zoom on
Thursday September 22 at 7 pm EST
to receive in-depth analysis and insights on the quiz questions and for your answers, which empowers you to facilitate your OWN epiphanies about where early trauma is hiding in your career.
In this safe environment you will shine a light on beliefs and behaviors that have prevented you from obtaining the career you really want.
It will change your career trajectory. I promise.
This date is limited to 10 people! The first 5 that sign up will get a free 20-minute follow-up call after the Zoom to review the specifics of their situation, to review your progress and receive important information on how to stay the course so you can move toward the career you really want.
This offer includes the Escape the Trauma Trap: Career Edition quiz and a 60-minute group Zoom that will empower you to identify at least one belief or behavior born of early trauma that is hiding in your career.