Today we live in a culture that advocates that a woman can ‘do it all’. Yes, of course, we can but at what cost?
Many women are experiencing low-grade burnout, compromised mental health, cognitive dissonance, and relentless fatigue.
Overextended and depleted, women are searching for solutions and many are turning to authenticity life coaching as a means to correct their inner-outer imbalance, to restore and sustain their sense of equanimity, joy and vitality.
As an authenticity life coach, I support my clients to…
🌸 Become more conscious of their authentic selves.
🌸 Develop a self-empowering mindset.
🌸 Proactively thrive in their multi-faceted life.
Authenticity is the holy grail that enhances our capacity to empower our life positively.
Throughout the years, I have met and coached woman in positional power who believed that being aggressive, arrogant and irreverent was the persona of a powerful person. It turned out that it wasn’t and they eventually derailed their leadership effectiveness.
Through the process of self-empowerment coaching, my clients discovered that underneath their contemptuousness was imposter syndrome, the fear of being found out that she was a phoney, that her self-confidence was wobbly and inconsistent and that she was often plagued with self-doubt.
Our coaching sessions were focused on bringing forth her inherently empowered authentic-self, which resulted in a natural and observable transformation.
An empowered woman who knows and respects herself radiates an authentic confidence, she is grace under fire and she interacts with people with interest, respect and compassion. Empowered woman understand the strength and purpose of their power and they proudly wield it to inspire, create and to positively influence her world. 🦋
Imagine More! Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Worldwide!
Let’s Make It Happen Together!
~ Judit e. Szabo
“To be truly transformative, the post-2015 development agenda must prioritize gender equality and women’s empowerment. The world will never realize 100 per cent of its goals if 50 per cent of its people cannot realize their full potential.”