What is your legacy?


“My work hasn’t been as impactful as I would like and despite the fact I have been working really hard for years, I worry about my legacy.”


Women often work in the healthcare sector because they want to make a difference.


It is important for them to have an impact on the world.

They work for years, often at wages lower than the for profit sector and for longer hours and then, at the end……


How do you feel looking back on your career so far?


Are you content with the difference you have made?


Or do you think “I haven’t done enough. I want to have a bigger impact”?


With only a certain number of years left can you really afford to let another year slip by?


This year was…….well, you know… but next year..... perhaps it is the year you are determined to make a change.


Imagine what next year would look like if you are leaping out of bed in the morning, excited about what lies ahead?


Imagine how you would feel, showing up with that vibrant energy and confidence, knowing that you are on the right path – the path that is fully aligned with you and your strengths, where you can have the kind of impact you have been dreaming of.


Imagine what it would feel like to finally have gotten past your reservations, past your fears of failure and your worry about what others will think.


If 2021 is the year you are ready to fully step into your legacy and increase your impact, respond by emailing me now with “I’m ready” at Laura@LauraMacdougall.com


I would be honoured to be your guide.


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