Hi, I'm Dr. Sweta (former Pharmacy Professor), Author, Speaker and Life/Career Coach for Highly-Driven Gen -X women.

Do you feel like your job and your desires and your well-being are in conflict?

Are you grateful for the work you get to do but also feel like you want more meaning, passion, and impact in your work?

Perhaps you feel unsure of how to pursue your desires while paying the bills, keeping your home life in harmony, staying connected to your community and living in balance.

It's time to stop working so hard.

A hallmark of high-performers is the ability to get through hard things. But a lot of highly driven women don’t realize that they make things harder.  In times like now, life is hard enough. There is no need to make things harder.

Real peace and fulfillment come from no longer taking over-responsibility at work and in your relationships.

 

It's really nice that you want to do good work and that you care so much about others, but the amount you do and give, is not sustainable and it doesn't always serve the way you think it does.

It's time to do you.

When you stop working so hard and give yourself permission to focus on expressing your desires, many of the things you thought hustling would provide, happen naturally (without the exhaustion.)

Things like:

 

  • having more time, focus and energy to pursue your passions without feeling wrong or overwhelmed

  • you will be able to say NO without feeling guilty or inadequate

  • you will empower others, feel more supported and no longer need to do it all

  • you will feel capable and confident to elevate in your career without overwhelm and more focus

  • you will feel less resentful and more connected in your relationships

  • you will confidently express your truth and creativity without fear of rejection or criticism

When you ditch hard work for doing "scary things with support," you create space to embrace your passions and make the impact you desire.

 

This will allow you to have both your bliss and honor without having to do more. In fact, you will do less, because you are being more.

 

The first step is Clarity. 

 

You may be thinking but I'm not even clear on what I really want or, you may know, but have no clue how to make it happen.

 

I can help.

"I started working with Sweta after attending one of her workshops to explore bringing more passion to my work. In a personalized approach she made things understandable and relevant to me. She helped me identify goals, techniques and practices for obtaining my desires and goals.  During my initial 4 month program with Sweta an opportunity arose and she provided the guidance and support to help me evaluate, recognize and understand whether and how I could make it work.  I’m starting a completely new job into a leadership/ exec level position and I couldn’t be more excited! During this time I was also looking to move from my current living situation, and Sweta supported me finding and moving into the perfect new place. Her support with all I had going on was tremendously powerful. From dis-empowering lifelong practices to exploring, pursuing and obtaining new opportunities, Sweta’s “secret sauce” is  combining energy, intuition, broad expertise and science-backed practices have proven great outcome, for me. So much so I’m continuing working with her on other areas of my life!" 

~ Jen S. VP of Legal

"I highly recommend Dr. Sweta’s Coaching Services! I started working with her because I was at a point in my career where I knew I needed help moving forward but wasn’t exactly sure what that looked like. I wanted to work on being more courageous, feel more confident, and get clear about what I really want from life and my career. Sweta created a trusting environment for me to address what was holding me back after all these years without me realizing it. I am very grateful for the honest and generous feedback she gave me. Working with Sweta is like working with a best friend that knows you really well and has a desire to see you at your best. When I recently had to make an important career decision, I had the confidence to trust my instincts more than ever before. At first, I was wondering who I should talk to to help me make the decision, then I remembered that I am fully able to decide for myself. That decision led to a new job that is the perfect fit for me right now. And I can walk to work -- which was a high priority for me! In the end, I am clearer about the journey I am on."

Jennifer P., MSW

Change Management and Employee Engagement Specialist and Mom of 2 gorgeous children

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