We’ve been in a series of changes in energy since the beginning of the year and it feels like everyone has come roaring into 2023 breaking out of the gate. I see so many breakthroughs happening for my clients, colleagues, and even in my own business. Jump over to my website and you’ll see all kinds of changes happening from a new look and feel, all the way to how we’re igniting a new paradigm of entrepreneurship, weaving soulful inspiration into mindful business strategies… bringing Soul+Strategy™ into our businesses, so we can build businesses with a more feminine, abundant approach.
Today I’m diving in with Randi Braun where we talk about women leaving behind the hustle culture – whether they stay in their corporate jobs and move to something better or take the leap to launch their own business. The great resignation is happening for a reason… women are burnt out. We’re being called to do life differently. While my business revolves around women taking the leap to start their own business, Randi’s business revolves around women staying… which is a good thing, because we need women in the companies as well.
In This Episode:
- How she recovered from being a risk avoider and became fearless
- The importance of making work and fun coexist
- The new research about why women want to leave middle and senior-level positions in the workforce.
- The questions she asks her clients to fulfill their careers
- The need to understand why we are giving up our boundaries
- The Five Self-care Myths that she talks about in her book
Randi Braun is CEO of the leadership coaching and advisory firm, Something Major, and the author of the book Something Major: The New Playbook for Women at Work. She’s a sought-after thought leader and speaker and has been featured in The Washington Post, Forbes, and Parents Magazine, among others. Braun has coached women around the globe and partnered with more than 50 including the Fortune 500, healthcare, start-ups, Big Law, public relations, entertainment, government, non-profits, and more.
“We need to be able to hold a space for a conversation where we don’t leave the systemic inequities that we see in our workplace unaddressed, but where we also give women tools to thrive in a world that was not built for our success.”~Randi Braun
Let’s meet Randi Braun