Do work that fulfills you. When people ask about your job, say, "I love it."

You landed here because you worked hard and built a career you can be proud of. You paid your dues:

  • You worked way more than 40 hour weeks.
  • You had bosses you hated.
  • You missed your fair share of friend and family gatherings. 

Things seem great career-wise.

 

Only now, you feel stuck. Whether its your boss, your company, your crazy schedule, or the work you do, something isn't right anymore.

 

Don't worry! I've been there, and I can tell you, you don't have to give it all up to get to a place where you're:

  • Doing work you love.
  • Working a schedule that allows you to have a full life.
  • Not worrying about money.

Best of all, getting there is fun, and can be done way faster than you think. 



If you're ready to get unstuck, let's chat. 


"I was in a rut where I was making a nice salary but I didn't feel fulfilled by the work I was doing. Wendy helped me to refocus on what was important and ultimately led me to new opportunities that seemed almost impossible just months ago.

 

I kept second guessing myself. I knew something needed to change, but I wasn't sure how to make moves. Wendy is someone who really guides you along in your search—not just for career success, but ultimately for happiness. 

 

If I had to pick a few words to describe Wendy they would be positive, pragmatic, and incredibly smart. I love how conversational and approachable she is, right from the start. Wendy is someone that you immediately feel comfortable with. She asks the right questions, and I really feel like the whole program was tailored and customized for me and what I was going through. She really listened and then offered tactical exercises and real-world solutions to help me move forward." 

 

-Deidre Greives, Digital Media and PR Director for 15 Minutes Inc., Founder of FemaleTattooers.com



Not only has Wendy helped me get "unstuck" countless times, she has been a guiding force along my career path nearly every step of the way (and I'm not alone in this!). She brings her undivided attention and can-do attitude to every situation.

 

Wendy has an uncanny ability to see every side of a problem and talk through the possible outcomes with compassion and honesty. Personally, she has helped me land jobs, realize business opportunities and brainstorm how to handle potentially difficult conversations time and time again.

 

I also know from experience that in her professional life, Wendy treats all of her employees and coworkers with kindness and respect, especially in moments that are difficult or tense.

 

Jessica Remitz is a writer, editor and content strategist who lives in Chicago.



"Wendy taught me how to slow down in a fast-paced publishing world and give my work the time and focus it deserves. I've become a better writer since knowing her, no question. 

 

When you see what Wendy has accomplished in her career, all while staying a grounded and generous person, it inspires you to be the same way.

 

She not only gives mental and emotional support (a pretty rare thing in this industry), but she genuinely roots for you and pushes for you to be your best self."

 

- Aly Semigran is a Philadelphia-based writer who covers topics ranging from women's health to entertainment to pet care. She has contributed to Refinery 29, Bustle, petMD, Billboard, InStyle, Amy Poehler's Smart Girls, and Entertainment Weekly, among others.

 

 



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