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Anxiety is standing between you and your next-level life.
If you live and work with anxiety, you’re not alone. It’s a debilitating pattern that hijacks your voice and disrupts your life (and your family's life)
Anxiety can make an expert professional feel like a novice when it hits and you hide out in the bathroom hoping no one discovers your secret.
It keeps you from achieving the confidence and visibility you need to maintain your position or propel your life and career to the next level.
You may be dealing with anxiety if…
- You feel overwhelmed by your responsibilities in life and at work
- Feelings of panic slow your productivity
- You feel too nervous to speak up in meetings or give presentations
- You regularly suffer from decision fatigue, overthinking, and workload paralysis
- You self-sabotage opportunities to advance at work because you’re afraid to accept a promotion
- You find yourself hiding for fear that too much will be expected of you…and you won’t be able to deliver because you’re already overwhelmed
- You’re chronically underpaid and passed over for promotions because the thought of asking for what you’re worth is paralyzing
- One or more areas of your life feel out of control, and you don’t know where or how to start making it better
- You’re struggling to connect with the people you love because your anxiety is so pervasive
- You want healthier relationships in your life, but you struggle to connect on a deeper level
- You often feel isolated, but you’re too afraid to reach out to anyone
- It feels like everything is resting on your shoulders…and you don’t know how you can keep going like this
- The thought of reaching out for support triggers more anxiety–you just can’t afford the extra time it takes to get the help you need
You’re not alone–but anxiety can make you feel like you are. Even worse, anxiety can make you feel like you should be alone until it passes. And it feeds you the lie that you should continue keeping your struggle a secret.
Conventional wisdom would send us to years of expensive, time-consuming therapy sessions. But we don’t have the time for that!
Instead, we decide to tough it out. Besides, no one really needs to know how many times a day we struggle with that debilitating feeling of panic…right?
The problem is, anxiety has a sneaky way of pervading every part of our lives. So while we may think we’re sucking it up and charging forward in spite of it, anxiety’s in the background pulling the strings.
It starts to dictate our decisions. Eventually, it leads to poor choices that cripple us rather than propelling us forward.
And then comes the shame. Shame that we had anxiety in the first place. Shame that it’s led to decisions that hurt us, our jobs, and our relationships. Most of all, it leads to shame that we didn’t get help sooner.
…And then, anxiety feeds us another lie: if we tell someone how long we’ve been dealing with this, they’re going to shame us for keeping it a secret.
What will they think?
In College, I Was Too Anxious to Eat Alone…So I Went Hungry for 2 Days
My name is Dr. Twanna Carter. I’m an Anxiety and Career Coach and a U.S. Army Veteran.
I work with professional women who are fed up with their anxiety holding them back. And what they want is to overcome their stress and doubt so they can get back on the fast-track to advance their careers.
I’m a long way from where I started.
What began as a childhood plagued by fear and constant nervousness morphed into social anxiety as a teen. When I got to college, the anxiety skyrocketed. For my first two days on campus, I was so afraid to go to the cafeteria alone that I simply didn’t eat.
After college, I struggled to network as I began my first job. I couldn’t stand to promote myself to management and senior level staff members…so I didn’t.
When I left the military, anxiety kept me stuck in jobs below my pay grade. It resulted in me losing out on promotions that amounted to tens of thousands of dollars every year.
Finally, I got exhausted with the cycle of guilt and shame the anxiety was trapping me in.
I decided I was done with the late-night emotional eating, done with the self-paralysis that was keeping me stuck. I was done getting ignored for promotions and done letting my fear keep me from my goals and desires.
I went on to earn two degrees. I moved into new careers, where I was promoted time and again. My earnings increased exponentially. Finally, I was in control of my life.
I suffered from anxiety for over two decades of my career before I discovered the strategies that helped me finally overcome the fear, doubt, and panic that overwhelmed me on a daily basis. In fact, I was nearly 40 years old before I reclaimed my power.
Don’t let that be your story.
When I decided to uproot the fear from my life, I learned that to overcome anxiety, we have to starve it out. And there’s one place where anxiety absolutely can’t survive.
The Place Anxiety Goes to Die
The truth is, anxiety can’t thrive in a community. Surrounding yourself with encouraging people with similar experiences can provide you with the comfort, support, and accountability that simply don’t exist when we try to go it alone.
To kill our anxiety, we have to set the shame aside and jump headfirst into a group of people who get us. Who knows what it’s like to struggle with the same kinds of issues we do.
Healing happens best together. Working through our anxious moments with an understanding, supportive community can be the key to breaking the pattern.
An Uplifting Community at Your Fingertips…No Matter Where You Are
Anxious 2 Resilient is an online, small group coaching program that helps you take control of your anxiety so you can get rid of dread, doubt, and self-sabotage.
The resilience-boosting exercises, coaching, and community in the Anxious 2 Resilient program can help you:
- Shatter limiting beliefs
- Silence negative self-talk
- Build your self-esteem and self-worth
- Lower your stress level and overcome anxiety
- Reduce feelings of overwhelm
- Drop perfectionism and self-doubt
- Build self-confidence
- Let go of toxic shame and guilt
- Boost your overall life satisfaction
Each group is made up of 4 to 8 like-minded women who are also experiencing anxiety and are ready to break through the overwhelm and take bold steps forward in their lives and careers.
The Anxious 2 Resilient program will give you tools to help you take control of your anxiety, build confidence, attract and maintain stronger relationships, and create unstoppable momentum in your career.
During this coaching experience, you’ll get:
- Methods you can begin implementing immediately to adjust your mindset, breakthrough limiting beliefs, feel less overwhelmed, and nurture your self-worth
- Neuroscience- and research-backed lessons and homework that will help you retrain your brain to overcome anxiety
- Access to 24/7 virtual support
- Lasting relationships you can take with you after the program has ended
Anxious 2 Resilient is a journey toward the greater self-confidence, self-worth, and self-esteem you need to achieve your goals and build the life you’re dreaming of.
Anxiety-Busting Strategies Backed By Groundbreaking Neuroscience
Anxious 2 Resilient’s specialized, resilience-building strategies are surprisingly simple to use and easy to integrate into your busy life. And the time commitment is small, at only 2-5 minutes per day.
This science-backed approach changes the neural pathways in your brain; the more you practice, the more significant the changes will be.
You’ll quickly build resilience skills that are easy to access when you need them most. Need to give a presentation at work, ask your boss for that raise, or spend the holiday with your mother-in-law? You’ll be ready.
Building resilience will help you achieve greater well-being and optimism in your life, establish and maintain stronger, longer-lasting relationships, and even improve your mental health*, including the anxiety and stress you’re experiencing now.
A supportive community and healthy relationships are essential to success in all areas of life. When you’re doing life with a group of people who are on the same journey as you are, you’ll build inspired relationships that will last a lifetime.
* This group is not appropriate for individuals who require specialized mental health care. Anxious 2 Resilient is not a substitute for mental health treatment from a medical professional.
What My Clients Are Saying…
Frequently Asked Questions
Where does the program take place?
Everything is online; no travel required.
How much time do I need to commit?
Rather than spending hours trying to change your life, you will spend 2-5 minutes a day on your daily resilience activities. That's about 15 minutes per week throughout the 6-month program.
You also have the option to complete additional activities if you choose. Your learning activities are individualized to you. Included in the program are two group coaching sessions with me each month.
What will I learn?
The program covers the six building blocks of resilience: Vision, Composure, Reasoning, Tenacity, Collaboration, and Health. You will receive individualized daily tasks designed for just for you.
Each month, a different block opens up for you to learn. Each week, you'll spend 2-5 minutes a day chatting or watching videos as you learn information in each of the 6 building blocks.
How does the platform know what daily tasks I need?
Your daily activities are based on the chat questions you answer each day. You earn points for the daily activities you complete. Each day, a new task unlocks for you. When you begin the program, you’ll fill out an assessment that will help to determine your initial activities.
How long does the assessment take?
The assessment takes only 3 minutes to complete. There are 16 questions in total. After you complete your enrollment, I will send you an email with the link to take the assessment.
When will I receive the results of my assessment?
During our second phone call, I'll provide you with the report. It will show you where you are right now in each domain, and the direction you need to travel to improve.
You will take the assessment again near the end of the 6 months, and I'll also provide you the results in our third phone call so you can see for yourself how much you’ve improved. You will notice the skills, habits, and confidence you've built before taking the assessment the second time.
Will this program work for me if I’m outside North America?
Absolutely. The virtual coaching program is available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week right from your smartphone, tablet, or laptop. You will be scheduled with a group you will meet with virtually.
All group meetings take place on Zoom.com. You can access Zoom on your laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
When does Anxious 2 Resilient begin?
The group is scheduled to start soon.
What types of payment do you accept?
- We accept all common credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
- We can also accept PayPal.
- We cannot accept checks or invoices at this time.
What if I still have questions?
No worries, click here to send me a message. I'll be glad to answer any other questions you may have.
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Helping Others: How Anxious 2 Resilient Gives Back
For each enrollment in the Anxious 2 Resilient program, I donate $100 total of your investment to Bee Fabulous Moments, Inc., and Childcare Resources ($50 to each organization). This donation helps to support women and their families build or rebuild their lives.
Bee Fabulous Moments, Incorporated, a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, was established in memory to honor the life and legacy of Bronwyn “Bee” Antoinette Greene Richards, who was a victim of domestic violence. Her untimely death was the inspiration for the organization.
Our goal is to create a Fabulous Moment that will provide encouragement, comfort, and refuge. Other services may include, but are not limited to, clothing, educational resources, transportation services, food, and shelter.
Childcare Resources is a Birmingham, Alabama based non-profit organization whose mission is to make quality care and education of children happen by providing information, education, and assistance to families, providers of child care, and the community.
Services provided by Childcare Resources include financial assistance for low-to-moderate-income working families.