Career Coaching Programs

Career Coaching

Tap into the power of your true nature – with expert coaching.

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Career Strategy Session

A Laser Coaching Session About Your Career Next Steps

You’ve worked your way up, yet you feel a little stuck. Or you want to earn more money – but wonder how to ask. Or, the #1 most common thing we hear: you feel like you’re not living your purpose. I work with success-driven career women in corporate and tech to reset their careers and live an InspiHERr’d life. Sign up for a private 1:1 chat with me and let’s figure things out.  VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV BBBBBBBBBB hljlkjlkjs;dlkfj;lasdkjf;lasdkjf;las kdjf;laskdjf;ljjboiDJRLSAHGOPS.

Ask For Anything Negotiation Session

A 1-on-1 coaching session to dramatically strengthen your negotiation skills

When you align with your True Nature, you get to “yes” faster and more confidently. You are clear on what you want and how it fits within the context of the hiring organization – without attachment to outcomes, doubt or fear.  Laurie will prep you in a 1-on-1 session for a results-driven negotiation exchange. Be prepared. Know the language to use. Remove self-limiting doubts and own your achievements when you negotiate. More money✔. More influence✔. More freedom✔.

 1-on-1 True Nature Coaching

Personal coaching to connect your career with your true nature

It’s hard to imagine your future self when you’re busy doing life. In this 1-on-1 program with Laurie, goals come into sharp focus – so your desired future is visible and achievable. Suddenly, switching careers, career advancement or making a side hustle happen is within reach. Accountability keeps you honest and on track.  kljljhlkjlkjlkjlkjlkjlkjlkjlkjllkjlkjlkjlkkkkk

Passion Test

Reimagine what a day looks like. 

Take the Passion Test to discover your top five passions and more clearly connect your “happy place” with career possibilities and lifestyle choices. Led by Laurie Swanson, a certified Passion Test Facilitator, you’ll gain insights into your passions for a deeper connection to what really matters to you in your career and how you want to invest your time.

Why Focus on Women?

As women in the workplace, we stand today at the intersection of technology and expanded consciousness/miracles/magic/possibility/Spiritual-center. 

We see a world that embraces data and tech as tools to create the greater good. We have the skills, abilities and ambition to change our old world culture of hierarchy and ranking to one of collaboration and community. We can feel what’s possible as our current society is being dismantled. 

We know on the inside that we are essential to this change. 

THIS IS NOT A REVOLUTION BUT AN EVOLUTION where the qualities essential to the feminine are embraced as the way to our necessary transformation. Our career choices that start on the inside are essential. Our clarity of purpose is essential. Our determination is essential. Our courage is essential. Our vision is essential.

Our power as women in the new world is essential.


Equal work. Equal pay. Equal benefits. Equal opportunity. Equal Voice.

Companies with more than 30% women executives were more likely to outperform companies with 10% to 30% women executives. In turn, these companies were more likely to outperform those with even fewer women executives or none at all. The likelihood of outperformance—48%—separates the most from the least gender-diverse companies.

Source – Diversity Wins: How Inclusion Matters; McKinsey May 19, 2020 report


Women make up less than 25% of computer-related tech workers.


Bias causes U.S. women in tech to leave the tech field at 45% higher rate than men.  In one survey only 27% cited family as the primary reason for leaving tech.


According to Recode:  “On average, women with 7 – 10 yrs. of experience, for example ask for 90 cents on the dollar and are offered more – 93 cents for every dollar a man is offered.”


63% of the time, men were offered higher salaries then women for the same role at the same company.


Women in tech ask for less pay 66% of the time, and will often ask for 6% less salary than male counterparts.