Join scientist and mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and hi-tech sales executive & life|career transformation coach Becca Powers as they talk about common challenges for high-achievers.

In this episode, we talk about:

– Busting the #1 high-achiever’s myth

– How to design a life that reflects your values & priorities

– When it’s time to “quit” and turn things around


Becca is an award-winning hi-tech sales executive, motivational speaker, best-selling author, life|career transformation coach, and a kundalini yoga teacher – not to mention a mom and a wife! 

With a huge vivacious energy, a strong yet warm confidence, Becca embraces that she is highly dynamic and encourages others to do the same.

With over 20 years of corporate experience, her career boasts Fortune 500 giants such as Cisco, Dell, and Office Depot. 

Her career is filled with trials and triumphs which she boldly shares to inspire employers and employees to create environments where the individual can thrive both personally and professionally. 

Her philosophy of “People Before Profits” is part of her core beliefs which she integrates into her work.









Understanding High-Achievers with Becca Powers | Episode #136

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