Softer Success offers a unique and effective new approach to help women become more powerful by using a softer approach that includes valuing their own needs first and being more gentle with themselves.
We live in a fast-paced world where never before have there been so many opportunities for women, but these can also present increased pressure, responsibility and stress. This book offers practical steps to prevent burnout, find balance and re-define your success. It is packed with useful tips, case studies and a unique three question exercise.
Alongside Cara’s personal stories, which women can identify with, she shares powerful and refreshing techniques based on her studies, research and life experience. These tried and tested methods aim to help us slow down, increase our energy, and become more resilient.
For centuries we have believed success means working harder and faster and pushing ourselves to the limit. Wouldn’t it be great to re-define success in our own terms and learn to pour from a fuller, more gentle but more powerful cup? This simple, but profound new book shows you exactly how to do that for yourself.
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About the Author
She runs workshops and talks focusing on relieving stress and changing people's mindset to prevent burnout. Her program Prevent Burnout,
Find Balance enables individual clients and corporate teams to create a more harmonious, peaceful and productive life.
Cara has 20 year's corporate experience as an Executive Assistant,
mainly in fast-paced multi-national companies such as Google (where she spent more than 11 years).
Having experienced her own personal burnout Cara established her own business, Softer Success, dedicated to helping people slow down, tune in and develop wellbeing strategies. Cara is an associate of and works closely with the International Stress Management Association (ISMA).
She is also a member of the organising committee for International
Stress Awareness Week.
Cara was raised in the Netherlands and schooled in Belgium. She has also worked in Australia (for the Olympic Games in Sydney) New Zealand. and South Africa. Cara now lives with her Spanish husband and children in London. She speaks five languages: Dutch, English, French, German, and Spanish