Have you ever found yourself falling back on self-defeating habits? Maybe you are trying to fend off burn-out in your career or losing your sense of purpose. In this episode, I talk with LeeAnn Mallorie, the founder and CEO of a consulting and training program called Leading in Motion. LeeAnn is a leadership and sustainability coach whose focus is on supporting women in leadership and helping them become resilient in all areas of their lives. She works with women who want to make a change in the world, who are visionaries, and are looking for support in a male-dominated culture. We talk all about what is holding women back and how to balance being our true authentic selves. LeeAnn gives advice on how to not let competition get the best of us and how we can stand up and support women. If you are looking for guidance and inspiration, this is definitely an episode that you don’t want to miss!
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