Career & Business

Your entire life aligned

Raquel, age 41, economist by profession, is partner at one of the 4 biggest auditing companies in the world (Big4), having dedicated her entire life to her career and professional success. Looking back on her life, she realized that with the exception of her career and health, all of the other areas of her life were still open for exploration, which she perceived as a miss-match with her professional success.

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A lot of questions

At the age of 24, Isabel completed her Masters in Mechanical Engineering. But, she had no idea what she wanted to do. “Who am I? What do I want in life? What do I want to do? What if I make the wrong decisions, and I dive into deep regret like my father, who sacrificed himself for us, especially after

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A radical process of self-reinvention

José, age 52, is the CEO of a large company. We met through a recommendation by an Executive Coach client. During the very first session, José shared with me that he felt a huge emptiness. He had a very active social life, was part of several think tanks, was actively involved in politics, etc. Yet, contrary to what anyone could

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Emotionally out of control

At the age of 29, Leonor found herself in an emotional crisis that stopped her from accepting a professional challenge abroad. Leonor described the panic and anguish she felt about not getting married before she turned 30, in her words, “I am afraid of becoming a spinster.” This was a clear case of an internal conflict between her values, principles

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The real process of transformation

Francisco, CEO of a hotel business, lived a life of anguish and anxiety. His problems varied. On one hand, he realized he was a self-made man, honored for his merit and efforts. On the other hand, he lacked certain tools and knowledge that would allow him to be more efficient and effective in his management. The challenges that he was

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