The Accidental Alpha Woman by Karen Wright audiobook

The Accidental Alpha Woman: The Guide to Thriving When Life Feels Overwhelming

By Karen Wright
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Stop being “the strong one” and start being you. You’re doing it all, and it’s too much. Between work, kids, parents, money, meals, and everything else on your plate, it’s no wonder you’re exhausted. You feel alone, misunderstood—and sometimes hopeless. Because let’s face it, this idea of being a “strong woman” is highly overrated. But what if there were another way? What if we put limits and boundaries around what it means to be a strong woman? What if you could be strong and ask for help? What if you could be independent without feeling so alone? Karen Wright is one of the most experienced, skilled, and respected executive coaches in the world. And, as a business owner, single parent, and sole provider, she has lived the “I’m doing it all” life. In The Accidental Alpha Woman, she combines what she’s learned on her personal journey with what she knows professionally to provide a simple but powerful framework to solve this whole “strong woman” problem. In The Accidental Alpha Woman, you’ll learn: How to separate reality from how you wish things would be How to assess what your situation means to you and to your life How to make difficult, seemingly untenable choices How to ask for help when you need it How to reconnect with the real “you” and create a life that has greater community, ease, and fun So stop being so alone and so tired. Get relatable, practical wisdom from someone who’s been there.

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Summary

Summary

Stop being “the strong one” and start being you.

You’re doing it all, and it’s too much. Between work, kids, parents, money, meals, and everything else on your plate, it’s no wonder you’re exhausted. You feel alone, misunderstood—and sometimes hopeless. Because let’s face it, this idea of being a “strong woman” is highly overrated.

But what if there were another way? What if we put limits and boundaries around what it means to be a strong woman? What if you could be strong and ask for help? What if you could be independent without feeling so alone?

Karen Wright is one of the most experienced, skilled, and respected executive coaches in the world. And, as a business owner, single parent, and sole provider, she has lived the “I’m doing it all” life. In The Accidental Alpha Woman, she combines what she’s learned on her personal journey with what she knows professionally to provide a simple but powerful framework to solve this whole “strong woman” problem. In The Accidental Alpha Woman, you’ll learn:

  • How to separate reality from how you wish things would be
  • How to assess what your situation means to you and to your life
  • How to make difficult, seemingly untenable choices
  • How to ask for help when you need it
  • How to reconnect with the real “you” and create a life that has greater community, ease, and fun

So stop being so alone and so tired. Get relatable, practical wisdom from someone who’s been there.

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Author Bio: Karen Wright

Author Bio: Karen Wright

Karen Wright has coached top business leaders and helped individuals and teams from Fortune 500 companies manage change, increase productivity, integrate their personal and professional lives, and achieve their own definitions of success. She founded Parachute Executive Coaching, a coaching and consulting firm, in 1996. She is frequently in the media, including on CTV News, CBC Radio One, the Globe & Mail, CFRA Radio Ottawa, TalkRadio UK, the Toronto Star, Kiplinger’s, and Computer World magazine. Karen has an MBA from the Ivey School and an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Western Ontario. The first Professional Certified Coach (PCC) in Canada and now one of an elite group of Master Certified Coaches, Karen is a leader in the field of corporate coaching. Core to her coaching philosophy is the belief that personal happiness and professional fulfillment can be achieved all at once. Karen resides in Toronto, Canada.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Self-Help
Runtime: 2.56
Audience: Adult
Language: English