Hi, I’m Barbara Churchill


The driving force behind the work I do is twofold:

  • Everyone deserves to create the career and life they crave
  • Women need to use their authentic voices to lead powerfully – no more conventional or stereotyped leadership.

At the core of what I do is an unwavering commitment to helping you discover and share your unique leadership abilities, knowledge, and talents in the most meaningful ways.

Does any of this sound familiar?

These are all signs that imposter syndrome has hijacked your vision.

I understand my client’s needs because I was my client.

For the majority of my life, I was filled with self-doubt, never trusting that I knew what was best for me. I felt I had to prove my value so I became an overachiever and a perfectionist at a very early age.

As a serial entrepreneur, building six and seven-figure businesses, I believed the formula to get ahead was to work my ass off. Hustle and Grind. That’s what we’re told is the way to success.

There were the endless demands with not enough time and the societal pressure of “you can have it all and you have to do it all”. (That’s what women are trained to believe from the moment they enter the world.) I was told I was too loud, too flashy, too much, so I began to play small and not stand out. I struggled to make my needs a priority and the road to burnout was well-paved.

I was such an overachiever, I burned out twice. Everything seemed hard – and I wasn’t having any fun. Any of this sound familiar?

I knew I needed something more than all the leadership/self-help books I had accumulated. I was exhausted and eager to try anything because trying to do this on my own wasn’t working.

I understand my client’s needs because I was my client.

For the majority of my life, I was filled with self-doubt, never trusting that I knew what was best for me. I felt I had to prove my value so I became an overachiever and a perfectionist at a very early age.

As a serial entrepreneur, building six and seven-figure businesses, I believed the formula to get ahead was to work my ass off. Hustle and Grind. That’s what we’re told is the way to success.

There were the endless demands with not enough time and the societal pressure of “you can have it all and you have to do it all”. (That’s what women are trained to believe from the moment they enter the world.) I was told I was too loud, too flashy, too much, so I began to play small and not stand out. I struggled to make my needs a priority and the road to burnout was well-paved.

I was such an overachiever, I burned out twice. Everything seemed hard – and I wasn’t having any fun. Does any of this sound familiar?

I knew I needed something more than all the leadership/self-help books I had accumulated. I was exhausted and eager to try anything because trying to do this on my own wasn’t working.

I hired a coach and that’s when everything changed.

I found out the immense value of having someone in my corner. Someone who is neutral, who walked me through the negative chatter in my head and helped me move past the self-doubt that was holding me back. I learned what imposter syndrome is, how to recognize when it shows up and how to keep it from holding me back.

As I started to redefine what success looked like for me, I felt a freedom I didn’t know was possible. I became more visible, more vocal and brought my thought leadership to television and speaking engagements. I started following my own inner wisdom instead of what I “should” be doing.

Seeing my own challenges in so many other women led me to speak on imposter syndrome, redefining success, and using your authentic voice to create change – and audience members saw results too.

They grew their careers because they had the tools they needed to let go of imposter feelings and perfectionism so they could focus on work that made a difference. They walked into meetings and shared their thoughts instead of staying quiet. They ditched the hustle and grind and embraced their own brilliance.

You can, too.

Credentials

Barbara Churchill

A little about me.

I’m a loving mama of three adults who are making their way in the world and an adorable Westie named Daisy Mae.

When I’m not working with amazing clients, I spend time with things I love:

  • Dark chocolate
  • Unapologetically confident women
  • Nature
  • International travel
  • Reading
  • Power walking
  • Yoga
  • Old movies, especially musicals
  • Playing pickleball
  • Dancing & singing show tunes
  • Really good food (did I mention dark chocolate?!)

A little about me.

Barbara Churchill

I’m a loving mama of three adults who are making their way in the world and an adorable Westie named Daisy Mae.

When I’m not working with amazing clients, I spend time with things I love:

  • Dark chocolate
  • Unapologetically confident women
  • Nature
  • International travel
  • Reading
  • Power walking
  • Yoga
  • Old movies, especially musicals
  • Playing pickleball
  • Dancing & singing show tunes
  • Really good food (did I mention dark chocolate?!)