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November 10th at 11:59pm EST
November 10th at 11:59pm EST
Around the world, the rate of burnout is increasing; for women, parents, those who work in a variety of fields. Every demographic is struggling with this condition, which was only named a disease by the World Health Organization in 2019.
Just because something is common doesn’t mean it’s normal.
If you’re exhausted and feel the way you’re living can’t be what life is all about, this is for you.
You’re trying to do it all, all the time, and you’re exhausted. Your time & energy don’t match your to-do list: work, love, kids, friends, health, faith, sleep, play. (I see you.)
Meanwhile, you’re disappointed in yourself because there’s still not enough time to grow your career, passion project, homeschool while working, whatever your story is.
You’re insecure, discouraged, even angry – you know you aren’t doing your best work at much of anything, so you get demotivated, more overwhelmed, procrastinate…
Also, you have no time to rest, which you know you need to do things well, so you’re in a chicken-or-the-egg vicious cycle.
You are smart, intelligent, driven, and trying really really hard (!!!), but you still can’t figure this out. (P.S. You are not alone! I promise it’s not just you, and I can help.)
If we haven’t met yet, hi, I’m Hilary Rushford Collyer. (waves from Brooklyn) I’ve been researching “how to be less of a frazzled person who’s perpetually overwhelmed” since 2013.
I was an exhausted entrepreneur who knew my pace wasn’t sustainable. I started sharing what I learned, speaking at conferences and inside courses and communities for fellow leaders and creatives, teaching thousands how to live with what I call more “elegant excellence” – a life with passion, drive, and goals, yet without grind, hustle, and burnout.
After almost ten years of exploring this for my own sanity and survival, this year, I had to use my tools more than ever in the midst of some very hard life storms.
What I’ve learned is that one of the great challenges of burnout is how often we gaslight ourselves, blaming ourselves for not working hard enough when that’s not the answer at all
To be able to tell yourself the truth. What are you suffering with, what can you actually heal and how, instead of muscling through or covering with temporary solutions?
I want to help you honor your reality because most of us are downplaying just how hard things are or not realizing how often they happen, and that we actually don’t have to live this way.
Truly, this teaching has saved my life (my rock bottom moment happened because I was totally burned out), saved others’ lives (blows me away that’s true), and changed every area of my life for the better: my marriage, family, friendships, work relationships, mental health, physical health, and inner peace.
You don’t have to live like this.
It can be easier, and you deserve it to be easier.
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