Many people are battling depression and anxiety due to work-related stress from:
Toxic work environments
Gender and racial bias
Being passed over for promotions
Unclear or shifting management expectations
Lack of purpose
Many believe they've hit a glass ceiling and have given up any hope of advancing in their careers. I know the feeling all too well. I understand the pressures of being overqualified for a position and the stress of being suppressed because your qualifications surpass your manager's capabilities.
I know how it feels to do the same job as your male peers but receiving less pay, and I understand the feelings of hopelessness that led to depression and anxiety because it seems that no matter how much effort you exert, it's never enough.
I would often sit and wonder if this is all a career had to offer. Is this all that life had to offer? What's the purpose of studying so hard and racking up loads of tuition debt if I am to spend my career in a vacuum of steady nothingness?
These are important questions to ask yourself. At the moment, things may seem bleak, and you can't see your way out. But I understand now that being in that lonely place of despair was necessary. It forced me to re-evaluate where I was and where I wanted to be in my life. In the process of that evaluation, I found one thing that changed the game for me. It empowered me to re-imagine my future and re-create my life.
I used that discovery to create the Empowered To Thrive Program, which I now offer through the KMI Institute. I desire to pass this knowledge on to you to implement it and start taking back control of the areas of your life that have been deprived by work, circumstances and people.
I invite you to push past the fear and take control of your future by investing in yourself and enrolling in the program today.