Hi! I’m Suzy.

I help busy mission-inspired women like you, shift out of overdrive and unwind from overwhelm, by identifying the behaviors and hidden beliefs (yup – we all have them) that are blocking your path to ‘flourishment’ (flourish + nourish + fulfillment) without a cost to your well-being!

A Mission-Inspired Woman  is a woman who is courageously taking the inward journey to access her authentic potential, inspiring others to do the same.

She’s a woman who owns her messiness and goes for it anyway…at her own pace, allowing her true self to emerge by using her current reality as the building blocks to the healthy evolution of ‘self’ – no longer being led by outside influences…leading herself, from the inside out!

Ready to stack the 
Building Blocks in your favor?

When meeting with clients, I often feel I’m meeting with a version of myself. I’ve been where you are. It’s overwhelming and exhausting to show up every day and accomplish…juggle all that you do, lead organizations, navigate relationships – always with a smile on your face, while trying to navigate your own emotional landscape and upholding the vision of how society says you “should be.” There is a better way.

Sound familiar…

  • You often find yourself wishing for more hours in the day and overwhelm and anxiousness is a common feeling.

  • You are challenged with feelings of “not enough” and self-doubt.
  • You are a go-getter, but this is coming at a cost to your own well-being and to the impact you are making professionally.

  • You are seen as a confident, has-it-all-together women, but how you feel inside is a different story.

Something has to change—but how?

Especially when life still needs to move, and YOU want to make things happen.

 Modern women dream of having it all—goals to achieve, families, responsibilities and meaning to squeeze out of every day…and you have unintentionally inherited a societal legacy that impacts your ability to flourish personally and professionally, and leaves you feeling like you must juggle it all and that living in overwhelm is the norm (it is not).

I’ll be the first to tell you that sometimes ‘busy’ is good, even essential – that is…the right kind of ‘busy’ – the kind that lifts you higher and keeps you on track furthering your mission while enjoying a fulfilling life (not an overfull life).

  

This is where I come in…

HERE’S WHAT WOMEN ARE SAYING

 

~Barbara Huson [Stanny], The Leading Authority of Women and Money.

“I have known Suzy for over 15 years and have witnessed her overcome her own busyness and transform her life. She is an inspiration to so many, a gifted teacher and mentor. I have gained so much personally from her deep wisdom and insightful mentoring. She truly walks her talk. I am honored to call her a dear friend and excited about the important work she is doing to help women do less and live more! If you have a chance to work with Suzy, just do it!”

~Julie H., Face of Grace Skincare, Port Townsend, WA

“My business was booked solid but I was taxed and overwhelmed. My energy wasn’t on point–I felt it and my clients felt it, too. It came to a head when my family and I were planning a big trip to Europe, and I was overdoing it–trying to make money and work extra hours, so I could stay ahead. My fatigue was catching up with me, and my sleep was worse. Suzy showed me ways to lighten my load and I actually created more abundance that way. I came out ahead financially. And even today, I’m healthy, on point, present, and I’m not a crabby mom. I work less hours and now have a wait list of clients. When you talk with Suzy you don’t feel like you’re being judged and that for me is big. She can deal with such a variety of people, and she’s very open and approachable, and she is a good soul. I trust her completely.”

~Heather D., Hastings Development LLC, Port Townsend, WA

“I work so hard to always make sure “I’m doing everything I possibly can”; to always say “Yes” to an opportunity to help; and to make sure that every spare blank on my calendar is filled, as a sign that I’m fulfilling my potential. But instead, I end up killing my ability to access my own highest capacity for good, because I have nothing left to give.  Even a simple cup of tea with Suzy can be life-changing. It was on just such an occasion that the wisdom flowing across the cafe table from Suzy finally allowed me to begin to see how my habits are hindering me”.

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