Updated: Jul 27, 2022
Thank you for following me and staying in touch. Over the last year, I've gone through a lot of life changes. In addition to COVID-19, you've heard me discuss on the podcast and Monday motivations the challenges of going through a difficult divorce, changing my name back to Moore, adapting to being a single parent, distance learning, and entrepreneurship. I share my story to inspire you to embrace yours.
Whatever you are going through, I hope my writing and experience remind you that getting unstuck isn't easy, AND it's worth it.
Next week I'm turning 4-0, and I am excited! Despite joking with friends that I'm sticking at thirty-fine, I'm ready to apply all of the lessons I've learned. To say thank you to YOU, I've published a second edition of Getting Unstuck: A Guide to Moving Your Career Forward, and I'll be releasing the audiobook later this month!
I couldn't do this, and I wouldn't do this if I didn't see EVERY comment you leave for me. I take your notes to heart, so we're investing in production this year so you have better sound quality on the podcast. I've hired social media support so you can get your Monday motivation when you start your week. I've updated the website to make it easier to access the content. And you'll get more updates, coaching program openings, and new content on the mailing list.
Listen, I've been self-employed for five years in October, and the greatest lesson I've learned is that "done is better than perfect." Wherever you are in your journey, I hope you let my evolution motivate you to take action.
My motto is "I'm here to help," and my business, Leverette Weekes, "creates opportunities" through executive coaching, Diversity Equity & Inclusion, and communications consulting.
Just like you, it's been tough to stay optimistic and focused during the pandemic. I do this work because I believe the universe wants me to help more women of color, like you, clarify your vision, gain confidence in your career plan, and take steps to enjoy your life.
All that I ask of you is that we treat each other with the love and respect we deserve. There are moments that I don't share because I can't teach you what I haven't learned yet. Together we can keep evolving and creating a community that we wish we had earlier. To get there, I need you.
I need you to leave comments. Only you can tell me how I can help. When your network wants to make space for more women of color leaders to advance inside and outside corporate America, remember, I'm here to help!