Despite being an accountant with opportunities for advancement she felt miserable. She was fifty, divorced; all but one of her children had left home and was doing fairly well. Her passion for work had died about the same time she stopped dancing but she hadn’t connected the two. Although she was attractive and had some serious offers she was without a partner and she dread a future alone once her youngest left. On so many levels her life was at a crossroad. Like many of my clients she wasn’t sure which direction to go in but she knew she was sinking and needed some type of clarity and direction. Although challenged by many limiting beliefs she is resilient, resourceful, willing to do the work, and interested in helping others. Recognizing and building upon these and other strengths is a fundamental philosophy of TLS. So many women – and men, for that matter – have shared with me that they are at a “career crossroads” either due to circumstance or by choice. Although many feel their choices are limited because of lack of resources or financial security deeper investigation usually yields a lot of fear, self-doubt, and limiting beliefs. I have yet to have one come in with a life plan or for that matter working from their strengths, values, and passion. The late Steve Jobs stated, “that if you wake up too many days not liking what you are doing-something has to change”. Are you denying yourself the happiness you deserve?