You Can Have It All, Just Not All at Once
The inspiration for this book came from a deep, personal place in my soul. It is the story of how I, and other women like me and you, emerged from unintentional living to embrace a powerful, intentional life filled with grace, gratitude, and love.
This book is for women everywhere who are striving to have it all. Inside, you’ll find the personal stories of lessons learned by the top women executives and entrepreneurs across the country. These women have shared stories from their hearts about how they climbed the corporate ladder and balanced family obligations while also overcoming challenging obstacles. We share the intimate secrets of our successes and setbacks on the road to building and living life to the fullest.
All of these extraordinary women share one thing in common – we believe that having it all isn’t about competing with others. It’s about choosing the life you want, the life that works for you as a woman, so you can live your life to the fullest.
May each story of hope in these pages captivate you and challenge you to learn how to have it all every day!
Here’s to having it all – your way!
About the Author
Sherri Elliott-Yeary is an internationally published author and the successful CEO of two consulting firms based in Dallas, Texas—but her journey to the top was anything but easy or traditional. Her hope is that by sharing the lessons she learned during her climb, she can encourage others to overcome their personal challenges and achieve their full potential.
Sherri’s personal story reveals some of her deepest, darkest secrets and relates a series of events that should have left her long since dead or on the streets homeless. She grew up as part of two dysfunctional families, including an alcoholic father and chemically addicted mother. Her childhood was filled with years of physical, verbal and emotional abuse. She bounced from school to school and home to home until an incredible thing happened—a “new” family of people who believed in her “adopted” her at the age of twelve.
Sherri’s new family gave her the courage to open a fresh chapter in life, and she made the decision to start over as a different person. She changed trajectories and eventually moved from Canada to Dallas, Texas with her then nine-year-old daughter Khirsten. When Khirsten was a teenager, she was introduced to meth and became a serious addict. After her five-foot-eight daughter wasted away to eighty-nine pounds, Sherri checked her only child into a rehab center in Canada and prayed Khirsten would have the strength and courage to fight the most important fight of her life.
Today Sherri shares the lessons she learned and outlines the developmental points that guided her and Khirsten out of the darkness and into the light of success. She also encourages business leaders to recognize the opportunity each person has to make a difference by mentoring, serving, and developing future leaders.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear a true turn-around story with inspiring lessons for growth and achieving one’s fullest potential.
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