Overloaded - Overwhelmed Feeling overloaded and overwhelmed is a common experience for professionals today. It’s not fun, is it? Most of my coaching clients are overwhelmed by both work related and personal demands too much of the time. This leaves them fatigued, uninspired, bored, and stuck. It also fills them with great anxiety and suspicions of inadequacy. A number of them are angry. Does this resonate with YOU?



Overloaded - Overwhelmed Feeling overloaded and overwhelmed is a common experience for professionals today. It’s not fun, is it? Most of my coaching clients are overwhelmed by both work related and personal demands too much of the time. This leaves them fatigued, uninspired, bored, and stuck. It also fills them with great anxiety and suspicions of inadequacy. A number of them are angry. Does this resonate with YOU?

I, personally, have known periods of excruciating overwhelm in my life. They were times of enormous struggle and fear. Never again do I want to be in that place—and, if I find myself there, I have made the commitment to do whatever it takes to get out of it. Do you know how to get yourself out of the overload and overwhelm mode? The truth is that you must get a handle on it because it’s probably already out of control. If you don’t, you may get sick. At the very least, you won’t be able to feel contentment, peace and joy. This downloadable workbook provides ten strategies you can use beginning today. Choose all of them—or just two-- and practice them consistently to receive the relief you crave.

On a scale of one to ten, with ten representing the highest intensity of overwhelm, what number would you assign to your own circumstances over the last month or so? Any score of eight or above means it’s time to pay attention to your situation. It’s time to make some necessary changes. I created this workbook to guide you through a series of processes and exercises that can help you gain some control. You may do this work over a weekend, a week, or a month. To benefit, you must make it a priority. By taking action NOW you prove to yourself that you are truly serious about reducing the overwhelm in your life.

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Still not convinced that you should treat yourself to this workbook? Look at the list below and identify your personal reasons for feeling overwhelmed:

  • Trying to be everything to everybody
  • Being unclear about your core values and priorities
  • Striving to increase your value in your boss’s eyes
  • Needing to feel important
  • Attempting to forget painful situations or feelings of emptiness
  • Struggling to focus on too many things at once
  • Underestimating how much time it takes to do something
  • Jamming your calendar full of countless tasks and activities
  • Refusing to say “no” to anyone
  • Resisting the need to set appropriate boundaries
  • Failing to release other people’s agendas


You see yourself in several of those reasons, right? Know that you don’t have to stay stuck in this frustrating place of anxiety and fear. There is a way out. Constant overwhelm is a choice—a vicious cycle that only YOU can interrupt or stop. Why would you want to stay where you are currently? Your mind is racing. Your heart is thumping. Your frustration is growing. Take advantage of the affordable opportunity I’m giving you here. Make the decision to purchase this downloadable workbook to get the ten strategies I promised. Make the decision to complete the processes and exercises I designed especially for YOU. $29 is a very small price to pay for some much needed, immediate relief, isn’t it? This investment of $29 can literally change your life! I guarantee it.

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You did an outstanding job for us! You captured the attention of the audience and made the workshop relevant to their needs. I will certainly recommend Launching Lives any way I can. Sylvia Hepler presented her “Upgrading your Career” workshop to Lebanon Valley College alumni and guests. Sylvia is a dynamic and engaging speaker with incredible interpersonal skills. She was able to relate to each workshop attendee as they shared their personal experiences. We are proud to call Sylvia an LVC alumna!

--Michelle Krall, Associate Director of Alumni Programs Lebanon Valley College