women who ask

Every day, women settle for less.

We settle for salaries that are lower than our peers.

We settle for desks that wobble and chairs that squeak.

We settle for 14 days of vacation time when we could have 21.

It’s frustrating and it’s unfair. But we can’t just sit back and wait for society to change... or we’ll be waiting forever!

No more waiting. No more settling. No more nervously wondering if it’s OK to request something better. It’s time for a new chapter in your life and career.

It’s time to become a woman who asks for what she wants.


women who ask

In our FREE masterclass, you will learn how to get the promotion and/or pay raise you deserve — without feeling pushing, aggressive or overly demanding.

We’re going to show you:

  • A step-by-step game plan to get the pay raises you want without burning through any good will.

  • Why simply burning the midnight oil and praying to be noticed is the WORST strategy to get promoted.

  • The proven "secret advantage" most women don't even know they have.

  • How our clients get 10, 20 and 30% salary increases even though they hate negotiating…. And the simple strategy that makes it happen practically overnight.


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What women are saying...

 
Heather helped me not only determine what mattered to me in my career but also worked through defining the steps to make a change. In terms of results, Heather motivated me to ask for (and get) a promotion at work.
— Michelle L.

While working with Heather, I asked for and was given a promotion, danced at my work Christmas party (a big deal!), and figured out that I didn’t actually need to make huge changes with my life in order to feel like it had purpose and meaning.
— Pam D.

Heather challenged me to push through some of my complacent corporate behaviors and to begin to see myself in a role I wanted within my company. For the first time in the last twelve years, I am really looking forward to my performance review.
— Debbie D.