What's Your Lane?: Career clarity for moms who want to work a little, a lot or not at all

What's Your Lane?: Career clarity for moms who want to work a little, a lot or not at all

by Brenda F. Abdilla

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What's Your Lane?: Career clarity for moms who want to work a little, a lot or not at all by Brenda F. Abdilla

If you're like most moms, you made your decision about parenting, work, and schedule mindfully and with the purest of intentions. Now you feel like you are doing it all wrong - feel confused and guilty and need some directional guidance.
What's Your Lane is a must read if:

•You are considering any change in your career status like re-entering the work force, moving to part-time, working from home, staying home full-time or working full- time outside the home.
•You feel stuck with your current circumstances,
career-wise, and secretly wish you had chosen differently.
•You feel guilty, overwhelmed or stressed-out in your current lane and you long for strategies to feel good right where you are.
•You need a quick and easy assessment of who's doing what around the house (Division of Labor Assessment included).
•You are ready for a constructive way to air your grievances and deal with stress (Going to the Ugly Exercise included).

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781481904513
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/09/2013
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

Brenda Abdilla is the founder of Management Momentum LLC and a PCC level Professional Certified Coach, a distinction shared by less than 35% of all coaches worldwide. Through coaching, workshops, programs and assessments, Brenda helps men and women all over the world confidently choose the path that's right for them.

As a wife, mother and business owner, Brenda understands the temptation to dutifully don the superwoman cape and try to be all things to all people. Her message to women is this: Relax. Take a closer look. You're too hard on yourself. Question everything you're supposed to do, choose your lane, roll down the windows and enjoy the ride.

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