We pick up from Monday in our conversation with Sherry Walling, PhD where she continues to provide a treasure trove of insight, knowledge, tools and real-deal shit to keep us on track at work and at home. She calls it like it is and gives us a deeper understanding of how to transition between our moments at work and our lives at home.
Today, Sherry and I have a powerful conversation about…
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I recommend you pick up her book: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Sh*t Together: How to Run Your Business Without Letting it Run You
Dr. Sherry Walling helps smart people do hard things. Through ZenFounder, Sherry works with leaders and entrepreneurs around the world to tackle the common mental health and relationship challenges that go along with running businesses, and disrupting the status quo.
As a clinical psychologist, entrepreneur, keynote speaker, yoga teacher, podcaster and best-selling author, she draws from her professional expertise as well as her personal experience in the trenches.
Her best-selling book, The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Shit Together, combines the insight and warmth of a therapist with the truth-telling mirth of someone who has been there.
Dr. Walling has tremendous experience working with people who have high intensity jobs. She trained in the PTSD clinics within the Los Angeles VA system and did a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Center for PTSD in Boston. She’s worked with CEOs, first responders, surgeons, police officers and many members of the military to help support excellence at work and satisfaction at home.
When she’s not in the consulting room or hopping stages around the world; Sherry can be found on her paddleboard, swinging from the rafters pretending to be a circus performer, or ushering her three kiddos through an art museum in some fabulous city.