Work & life navigation for trailblazing women
Are you serious about actually making a change in your career, life or business?
“Rocking Your Role” sets out to go beneath the surface of what it means to be a Female Breadwinner. The book doesn’t only provide practical tips and case studies, but is a ‘how to’ in the form of tried and tested transformational activities and reflections to guide you to success. Men and women have found it an insightful read for the modern family to craft the life they want.
Women often face life’s challenges in silence, such as: guilt, managing money, society’s assumptions, family life, career and life balance.
I want you to move from juggling and struggling to rocking your many roles in life so that you:
- Live in a state of contentment, happiness and abundance.
- Feel truly present at work and in your family roles.
- Have ‘me’ time.
- Feel that you have choices.
- Feel that you can share the responsibility and it’s not all down to you.
- Feel guilt-free.
Maybe you’d like to grow your confidence and overcome your fear of failure, financial worries, guilt, not being liked or not knowing enough?
Reading Rocking Your Role will help you succeed if:
- You are serious about making a change in your career or personal life.
- You would like to build your confidence and overcome the fears that hold you back.
- Gaining a promotion or new role that plays to your strengths and potential is important to you.
- You want to be an authentic, inspiring, adaptive leader who truly sees the big picture and brings others with you.
- Starting or growing your own business, non-profit, social enterprise or portfolio career is your goal.
- You want to focus on Work AND Life.
What other resources and support does Jenny offer?
I have been asked for more by people who have read my book, and in response I have created ways that you can connect with me to support, challenge, walk-beside and share your path to Rocking Your Role in life and work. These are:
If you’d like some support but you’re not sure what would suit you best, please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
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“Jenny Garrett charts the rise of the female main earner (ME) in her highly engaging exploration of female breadwinners. That a fifth of women in the UK now earn more than their partners is significant, yet we hear little about this. Garrett’s book illustrates why this is something we should celebrate, and yet we are resistant to do so.This book is an invaluable and inspiring source for those who will, either through choice or by chance, embark on this exciting route. She offers advice and space to reflect and challenges one of the modern day taboos.”
“Reading this book lifted the clouds of expectations, guilt, imaginary limitations …. it liberated me to pursue my own personal dreams while still providing for my family.”
“This is a well researched book, that I think will meet a real need, the practical exercises are welcomed, much better than just a pile of theory. Perfect for those women struggling with being breadwinner.”
“From the moment I started reading Rocking Your Role I was totally absorbed, recognising so many of the issues that Jenny refers to within this clearly written and practical book. She takes the reader on a journey which makes you question so many things about yourself but in a way that energises you to step back and think about your work life balance, and the importance of being honest with yourself and those around you. It will resonate with successful women, especially those who are the female breadwinners, in all areas of life.”
“A series of interactive transformative exercises drawing from the world of coaching and psychology will support personal and professional development for all individuals. Jenny has a great writing voice and has bought a human touch to a taboo subject with great sensitivity and creativity.”
“A rare and powerful book covering an immensely important subject in a personal, practical and very moving way. I was inspired by reading it and left breathless by the achievements of the author and the women whose stories she tells.”