Is your job making you sick?

Is your work making you sick? A majority of people who come to see me are on burnout leave from their work. They are stressed out, literally sick from work and don’t know where to turn.

The stats* are appalling!

  • 50% burnout across industries
  • 75% of workforce disengaged
  • $300 billion in annual stress-related healthcare costs for employers
  • 80% of doctor’s visits are attributed to stress
This is not a sustainable way to work!

At the same time many people don’t feel they can financially leave their job:

  • Almost 50% of Americans 50+ have $25,000 or LESS saved for retirement.
  • 44% are planning on working part time after 65
  • 33% delaying the age that they will retire

People feel stuck between a rock and a hard place-they are stressed or burnt out, but don’t have enough money to stop working.

And yet, more and more research is showing that having a purpose in life is an indicator of healthy aging, and that we live longer, regardless of when we found our purpose. The key is being able to do fulfilling work that’s aligned with your values and on your own terms-how, where and when you want to work. That’s why I created the ThriveZone™ program. Whether you would like to start a new career or business, or to refocus your existing one, this program will help you with every aspect-from vision to launch.

Focus and integrate your unique gifts, passions, training and experience (personal as well as professional) for maximum impact…AND you love what you do EVERY DAY!

Are you ready to live true to your soul’s calling?

Click here to learn how I can help.

Or, contact Me Today!


Call: 514-825-073

I look forward to helping you reignite your passion, find the deeper calling of your life and attract great prosperity.

By | 2018-04-17T13:49:59-04:00 April 16th, 2018|Crisis, Loss and Renewal, Living Your Passion|0 Comments

About the Author:

She is a change leader, social entrepreneur, writer, speaker, teacher, consultant and mother. With an MBA and a 30-year track record serving multi-nationals, Lianne left the corporate after the heart-breaking loss of her husband in 2009 to dedicate her life to her true passion – helping people live consciously and awaken to their highest potential and purpose.

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