Is Your Success Burning You Out?
FREE TRAINING: How Powerful Women Protect Themselves from Burnout
Corporate Women Unleashed™
Helping female executives and high-achieving women create work-life balance without sacrificing success.
In 2004, I walked away from a skyrocketing executive career to live on an island. It was one of the most difficult things I have ever done. Along the way, I learned a critical lesson: whatever you want in life you can have. I learned to reset my thinking and discovered the process for creating an extraordinary life – a life on my own terms.
Our methodology teaches the successful women exactly how to create a fulfilling, balanced life that is calm, energetic, and thriving so you can enjoy the fruits of your success and not step back or live with the burnout and stress that often comes with a high-profile career. Working together we help you learn the strategies that create a sustainable framework for a deeply fulfilling and beautifully balanced life – we show you exactly how to build the good life you thought you would be enjoying by now.
We help corporate women redefine success on their own terms and learn what’s truly possible.
In a world that highlights the two paths women can take, Kathleen Byars is an accessible encouraging voice that gave me permission to dream my own dream and live a life that is true to my values while building the support of a like-minded community. She is starting a new conversation – no, I can’t have it all but I can have everything that is important. If Kate goes back to that island, we are all coming with her!
I am one of those people who want it all – a rewarding career, time with my family and doing jobs on my terms. Until I met Kate, people scoffed at my plan and maybe even rolled their eyes a little. A little adrenaline rush from Kate and here I am, working from home, spending every waking hour with my kids and getting up with a new excitement to my day. No man is an island – find your tribe.Colleen
In 2004 I left my executive career to live on an island. I was thirty-four years old. It was a risky choice I never thought I would make.read more