On Friday, March, 22, 2013, Lynn Anderson will be giving Kennesaw State University (KSU) attendees at the Phenomenal Women's Conference a chance to learn how to be more successful in juggling their personal lives with their professional ones.
Her speech during the one-day annual event is geared to help women in the audience understand that sometimes help is needed to accomplish what seems impossible in the work force, or in ones personal life.
And Lynn Anderson is that someone, working today as a business and lifestyle coach in addition to her Women Warriors once-a-week blog talk radio program, which interviews women who can help other women with areas like finances, health, family, career and relationships.
She's been doing the Women Warriors weekly broadcast at noon on Wednesdays since the fall of 2010, but she has always had a desire to help people.
I have loved to problem solve my whole life. When I was in the Air Force I worked at solving problems, coming up with new systems and new approaches. And now I feel like I'm helping solve individual problems for women, to help them become successful."
Anderson's executive leadership coaching and training business creation was partially the result of seeing a need in the community of women and desiring to fulfill it. Like others, she had been in the corporate world and seen first-hand how some women struggle to climb the corporate ladder to the success level they desired.
I helped sponsor and create a program for women who are coming up in mid-management to help them with their leadership and development skills," she said.
But the corporate world didn't really enable Anderson to fully realize her goal of helping women in a one-on-one way that her coaching business allows. Now she is able to devote her time to helping her clients reach their maximum potentials at work and home.
Lynn uses eight building blocks to help her clients understand and become aware of what is holding them back from success and what they must do or change in their lives in order to reach it. And success for one woman will mean something different for another.
Those building blocks include problem solving with her client, but they also include so much more, which will be covered more in detail in a follow-up interview about Anderson and her company following the conference on Friday.
You can learn more now about Lynn Anderson by visiting her Women Warriors blog talk radio program website. Visit her executive leadership coaching and training business, also known as Coaching4abundance.com, for more on how to become a more successful woman in the workplace.