GCM 45 | Burnout


Most people think putting yourself first is selfish. However, if you don’t prioritize yourself in some way, shape, or form, you’re not going to have what it takes to help, to do, and be there for your family. Whitney Gordon-Mead – CEO of Intuit Wisdom, LLC, speaker, certified life coach, and ordained minister – gives us a glimpse of the time she experienced burnout and dealt with fibromyalgia. She shares how her experience led her to support other women with burnout heal from within and reclaim their passion and desire in life. According to Whitney, one of the contributors of burning ourselves out is continuing to let our inner self-talk be negative and critical. Whitney shares how speaking positive affirmations loudly contributes to our overall wellness.

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Recovering From Burnout with Whitney Gordon-Mead

As always, I’m excited about this. Before we dive in, I want to say thank you for continuing to read the blog. Thank you so much for helping me make this a success. If you’re joining us for the first time, we want to welcome you. I know there are a lot of blogs out there that you could choose from. For you to choose ours to read to and to spend your time with, we appreciate you. I have a very special lady on, Ms. Whitney Gordon-Mead. She’s a certified life coach. She’s a speaker and an ordained minister. She has three decades of experience researching personal growth and how to heal from within, which is a very important topic. Many times we focus on healing the outer parts of ourselves, healing our bodies or try to change our environment. We very seldom look within. I’m very excited about this. Ms. Whitney has had fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, burnout and she’s healed herself from that. As a result, she’s dedicated her life to helping other women avoid and recover from burnout. Welcome to the show, Whitney.

Thank you, Rodney. I’m excited to be here. I’ve been looking forward to this so thank you for having me.

When I was looking at your work and the things that you do and realizing that you’re helping people heal from within, I get excited about that. Many people are walking around and they look well. They seem well, but they’re hurting on the inside and they’re looking for answers on how to heal themselves. I’m very excited about getting into how do we do that. I’m grateful to have you on. Let’s talk about your experience. It sounds like you’ve had to deal with some chronic fatigue. You dealt with burnout. We’ve all dealt with burnout to some degree. You dealt with fibromyalgia. How did you overcome those things? How did you heal from that?

That’s an interesting story. The synchronous thing about it is that when I was out to dinner with my husband, we were at one of our favorite restaurants in Palm Beach near where I live, I realized that I’m the happiest that I’ve ever been. I have a life that’s truly worth living. I get to enjoy time with my friends, walk on the beach, travel for both business and pleasure and do what I love. As you know and you mentioned I’m a speaker, a certified life coach, ordained minister and I have my business working from South Florida. My thing is to help support women with burnout and also to help them heal from within so that they can reclaim their passion again. Help them have the life they desire.

I love what I do. I wake up every morning inspired to be living on purpose, but it wasn’t always this way as you know. It started for me in 2017, when I hosted my first ever Telesummit. That was to help women to heal from fibromyalgia. I had already healed myself from fibromyalgia at that point and wanted to help others do the same. Even though there were a lot of moving parts to this ten-day summit, I had a lot of support. I was committed to doing it. I thought it was the way that I could reach more women with my message that the power to heal comes from within. Unfortunately, as the weeks went by, I stopped working out, I stopped eating healthy. There was so much to be done that the stress started impacting my sleep. To top it all off, I let go of my spiritual practice.

To be perfectly honest, I suffered significant burnout from my efforts in bringing that Telesummit to fruition and it was not pretty. As it goes to show, even a self-care expert like myself can crash and burn when ignoring my foundation. This burnout hit after the Telesummit. I was drained physically, mentally and emotionally. I was so exhausted. I remember spending days and days in my bed curled up in my PJs. You have to understand this is agony for a person like me because a type A person wants to do. I’m feeling numb and depleted, feeling like a zombie, couldn’t think, couldn’t feel or move. After that, even when I was finally able to get up, I was going back and forth between the bed and the couch either watching TV or sleeping. I had no desire to do anything else. I had no interest and that was scary to me. I was wondering, “Is it always going to be this way?” I started questioning my purpose. I wondered how I would ever be able to both take care of myself and tend to others in a balanced way. The biggest piece of it was I realized I had a sense of emptiness, something was missing. I felt disconnected from myself and from the universe. Only then, as I spent my days mainly horizontal, I realize I had stopped all of my self-care practices.

The summit was a labor of love, but I had put all that love out to others instead of taking care of myself first. I had allowed my type A drive to take over pushing myself harder and harder to ensure this successful summit and had abandoned my self-care practices. In doing that and neglecting myself, I neglected not only my spiritual but my body, my physical in order to achieve this summit goal, which I had turned into a symbol of success. I realized that in my passion to show up for my clients, I put a lot of pressure on myself and let my perfectionism take charge. I’ve forgotten to have fun and experience joy along the way. A big thing for me is to keep that in mind. Always have fun no matter what you’re doing. My condemning self-talk declaring that I was in control of my body while I was doing the Telesummit. It was going to do what I wanted it to do. It pushed me the rest of the way into burnout as I ran my body into the ground.

Did you know you were headed that way? Did you get any signs?

I started feeling the fatigue. There are sixteen signs that you could be headed to burnout. Fatigue was the big one for me. In the earlier stages, it was a lack of energy, feeling tired most days. That’s what caused me to stop working out because instead of working out, I would say, “I’m too tired to workout. I’m just going to take a nap.” I wasn’t getting enough sleep to begin with because of the stress around the summit. I was experiencing forgetfulness, having a difficult time keeping my focus. There were other things like anxiety, of course. What I started to realize was those were not good signs. I did realize that at the time. What I did was I told myself, “The summit isn’t that much further away. You can make it. Keep going the way you’re going. When the summit is over, you can rest.

You mentioned the self-care practices. I’m big on those things. We talk about being resilient, which is the opposite of burnout. Resilience is your ability to bounce back and to keep going despite the obstacles, the challenge or whatever. It requires self-care. You can’t bounce back. You’re talking about stress, you’re talking about overwhelm, burnout. One of the keys in my mind is to overcome that. The bounce back from those things are the self-care practices and making sure you have those in place. I found that when you look at athletes, you look at great leaders, people that we would consider resilient, these are some of the things that they even incorporate themselves. Those are self-care practices. It’s very key to being resilient, in my mind. I mentioned that because resilience is one of the pillars for the game changer mentality. That’s why I bring that up here.

One of the reasons that I’m here is that I want your audience to know what to do to be at their optimal performance. I want to know what types of game-changing mentalities they can take from this conversation, to help prevent the burnout that I experienced.

What are some of those things that you would recommend?

GCM 45 | Burnout

Burnout: Our inner self-talk directly impacts our stress levels, which is a leading cause of burnout.


There’s one mistake that people do make, one big mistake that leads to burnout. This is something that I’ve learned not only through my personal journey and work with clients but through my Master’s degree training. I have a Master’s degree in metaphysics. Our inner self-talks directly impact our stress levels, which is a leading cause of burnout. The biggest mistake we can make is continuing to let our inner self-talk be negative and critical. However, there are other mistakes we can make. We’re not realizing the impact that this inner voice has on our physical health. We’re thinking that there’s nothing we can do to change it because there is. Through my research, I found that quantum physicists have discovered that our thoughts and words create our reality. What that means is that the self-talk that we’re using and listening to is physically impacting us.

Words carry vibration and energy just like anything else. Harsh words and thoughts are the basis for disease and disharmony in our physical bodies. When we are harsh with ourselves and dwell in negativity, we trigger symptoms of stress such as physical and emotional exhaustion, forgetfulness, lack of focus, anxiety, depression, irritability, anger and so forth. We may eventually burn out. Shifting our self-talk is a key thing. That was something that I had to learn from myself and I did learn for myself. What I did is a tool that I used to reprogram negative self-talk was affirmations. Affirmations are statements that we repeat in order to affect our subconscious and conscious minds. They support feelings of well-being and they empower us. When used, they can shift our mindset so that we can create the life we desire, which is something I liked to help people do. How they work is that the subconscious mind is 90% of our total mind.

Therefore, the greatest influence over whatever it is that you wish to create. In addition, the subconscious mind will never question new thoughts that you introduced. By repeating affirmations out loud daily, they influence your subconscious mind and help replace limiting beliefs with more empowering beliefs. What’s interesting is that I realized that the critical self-talk had contributed to my burnout. I had started beating myself up a little doing the Telesummit. I became committed to turning that self-talk around, becoming kinder and more loving to myself. I was able to see firsthand that the antidote to the inner critic is self-love. One of the best tools I’ve found for cultivating self-love is affirmations. That piece of self-love ties in with the self-care because it’s hard to take care of yourself if you don’t love yourself. That’s the starting point. Once you can feel that love for yourself and want to take care of yourself, that’s a huge first and second step right then.

I agree with everything that you’re saying and I can feel or imagine there are some people in the audience saying, “I love myself but I’ve got kids. I have everything that’s going on.” It’s like what you did. You had Telesummit going on. I know this is directed towards women. Putting themselves first is the last thing that’s on their mind. When we talk about self-care, I feel that there’s a bridge here, a gap between doing it because of all the things that are going on in the naturalistic nature of women. What’s your comment to that?

Self-care is something that never comes first. Most people think it’s selfish to put themselves first. What they don’t realize is if they don’t put themselves first, if they don’t prioritize themselves in some way, shape or form, they are not going to have what it takes to help their family, do for their family and be there for their family.

It’s the opposite of what they think. They think if they put themselves first or if they don’t put their family first, then they’re not going to be able to provide. That’s how they’re providing by putting themselves on the back, but the needs of the family are getting met. What I’ve found is later down the road when the family is taken care of and gone off, the kids are out the house and the hubby, you don’t even know who he is anymore. You’re just like, “What do you need?” There’s this place where there’s resentment because they didn’t take the time to care for them. It’s like, “Now I can start potentially taking care of myself, but how do I do that?” Where they are, having all those responsibilities is, “There’s no way I can do all the things that I want to do for me like go get the nails done, the hair done, the spa treatments and all of the massages and all of that because I’ve got to take care of my family.” If they do that, there’s this sense of selfishness and this taking care of self, being self-centered and neglecting their family. That’s a big challenge for women.

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When I’m working with a woman one-on-one, this is something that we work on and we deal with. Self-care doesn’t mean, “Do everything for yourself. Maybe if there’s some extra time, do it for your family.” It doesn’t work that way. There needs to be something that you do for yourself. I’ll give you an example. I have a spiritual process. This is what I do for myself. I do this first thing in the morning and I make sure I wake up early enough that there’s time to do it. I give myself the time. My process takes about an hour. You don’t need to take a whole hour.

That’s what I wanted so I make sure I get up an extra hour early before anything else has got to happen and I go through a process. It starts with meditation, visualization. I do journaling. I do some special kind of breathing. I do EFT, which is the Emotional Freedom Technique. You can do whatever you want. It’s not that you have to follow up a certain formula. What that does is it puts me in this great place to take the day on. From that point on, I am in a great mood. I’m feeling good, I’m feeling grounded, I’m feeling supported. I can handle whatever comes my way during the day. If you don’t have that, then you wake up frenzied. You’re playing catch up all day.

That’s a ritual that you have in place that helps you be more grounded. That provides a foundation for you to go out and do what you need to do on a daily basis. I agree with that. What I’m hearing is that in your mind, self-care is not always a spa treatment. It’s not always a vacation but identifying something that can give you some sense of grounding or bring you back to a sense of self. Sometimes there’s a lack in the sense of self that allows you to go forward.

It helps me take back my power. I feel more powerful as I go through the day and more able to handle anything that comes my way, whatever that is.

What are some other examples of self-care? We may be thinking you have to spend money on it or you have to do it, it’s a spa treatment or a massage. What are some other practices of self-care?

That spiritual process that I spoke about cause nothing. That’s one, obviously. When I think about self-care, it could be taking five or fifteen-minute break during the afternoon sometime either having a cup of tea, a cup of coffee or just being quiet. Maybe even doing a little meditation. I have a great smile meditation that I do that makes me feel good. It’s a five-minute meditation. That would be another process. I do go and occasionally get a pedicure. I make the time to do that once every six weeks to two months. That doesn’t take a whole lot of time. It can be going for a walk, whether it’s around the block or if you live near the beach. You want to go to the beach and walk on the beach. It could be having a conversation with a good friend like, “I’ve got five or ten minutes here, let’s catch up.” That’s a good feel type of a thing.

GCM 45 | Burnout

Burnout: Self-care doesn’t mean doing everything for yourself, but that there needs to be something that you do for yourself.


Do you calendarize any of these events? If so, what’s the importance of doing that?

Believe it or not, I do. I schedule conversations with friends because if I don’t schedule them in my calendar, they don’t happen and then I lose touch with them. I calendarize my spiritual process in the morning. I calendarize my workouts so that I create the space for them. If I don’t create that space for things, they don’t happen. I have a neighbor who has started doing the same thing because she never had time for herself. We work together and she started to calendarize workouts and she started eating healthier. She lost almost 70 pounds just by calendarizing workouts because she thought she had no time for them, but she was able to find the time by putting it in her calendar and by figuring out the ideal time when it would work.

It seems like a simple task, but this is a big deal. I get it. There’s so much to do as a mom or as a woman with a family. To put it in the calendar, if it’s in there, then this is going to pop up and it jars your mind and your memory like, “Let me go and do this. Let me start taking care of what I’ve got to take care and go take care of myself.” Putting it in the calendar is huge.

It’s just one way of being accountable for what you want to have accomplished in your life by prioritizing yourself, putting it in the calendar and then making the commitment to do it when it pops up. There are steps that need to be made. It’s all about setting your intentions that you have the intention to do something for yourself so that you can be a little healthier, a little less frantic, more grounded, more at ease, maybe even. There are so many benefits of taking care of yourself that transcend into your relationship with your family, your husband and even your friends.

I feel that when you don’t do the self-care, I’m hesitating because women are amazing in the nurturing of the number of things that they’re able to do. We can’t live without women because you are just amazing in everything that you do. Thank God for you guys. Even in all of your awesomeness, if you don’t take care of yourself, you still can’t give 100%. Your 80% is amazing. Men don’t even come close to achieving your 80%. To give all of yourself, to give as much as you can, to empty yourself out, to give your best requires you to take care of yourself.

If you are already feeling any of those signs of burnout just taking care of yourself, self-love unlocks your power to heal. We talked about healing from within. This means that the more we love ourselves and that we take care of ourselves and think kind thoughts, the more we’re cultivating our own capacity to heal as well. By taking some time for yourself, you can be healthier overall. Everybody has got those things that they deal with, the aches, the pains and whatever it is. Some people have headaches, some people have body aches. By starting the day off, by giving yourself some love, some attention, grounding yourself and having that positive attitude moving forward into the day, you’ll find that you feel better physically.

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The busy-ness is trying to cover up some of the pain and the hurt from the past. That’s how we deal with it. We don’t even take the time to take care of ourselves. What you’re saying is that’s where the healing comes from. Taking time away from being so busy, to care for yourself can cause you to get over some of the pains, some of the hurts and some of the issues that have come up from the past. I know there are a lot of people out there that have things that they’re dealing with in the past and they don’t want to deal with them. One of the ways that they deal with it is they’re busy all the time. These are not self-care activities. These are just activities.

I firsthand had that experience. I have done that in my own life. I was oblivious to how I felt because I just did all the time, so that I didn’t have to know how I felt or feel what I was feeling. What I found though, that was one of the underlying causes for me getting sick. I take the time. That’s where the meditation comes in and the journaling. When the meditation allows some things to come up, what I do is I journal about them. Some people are verbal processors. If they speak about something, they come up with their own answers. You can journal and do the same thing. You can journal about, “Why is this bothering me? What’s going on?” The next thing you know, it free flows and all of a sudden there’s a solution there and you’re like, “What happened there? That’s cool.”

You create a space for that to happen. Let’s shift a little bit to the spiritual side of things because I’ve heard some people say that when you talk about love, love isn’t selfish. You don’t need to think about yourself because you’re practicing love or you’re walking in love. Let’s talk about what you think about that particular statement. Maybe there’s someone out there that feels, “I love my family so much that this is what I’m supposed to do. I don’t need to worry about me. Worrying about me is not love. Love is the ultimate sacrifice and you sacrifice yourself because you love so much.” I understand there’s maybe some accuracy to that statement, but let’s dive in so the audience understands your position on that.

Love is the highest level of vibration that there is. It is the thing that makes the world go round. It gives you the energy and the strength to do what you need to do. Love is powerful. However, love starts with yourself. Everything starts with you because you won’t know how to love other people in the healthy way unless you have learned how to love yourself first. Loving yourself is not selfish. Everything starts with you. It’s almost like you’re testing everything out. You’re practicing everything on yourself first so that you then know how to pass it on. That’s how I look at it and that’s how I feel the universe is passing the energy through. It wants you to love you first. We’re all loved. The thing is that we want to be able to then feel that love, feel the universe’s love, feel our own love for our self and for everybody else. That’s why I believe that it is so important for me to be able to love myself, so that I know how I can do that with everybody else. How could I love you, Rodney, if I can’t love myself?

I bring this up because I was in a conversation with someone. There’re a lot of talks out there about self-care, loving yourself and it’s a trendy thing going on. They’re not in agreement with it. They feel that it’s BS because it’s selfish and they went biblically on me a little bit because they started talking about Christ. How Christ sacrificed for the people so much. He didn’t love himself, he loved the people so he gave me the ultimate sacrifice.

Who said that he didn’t love himself?

GCM 45 | Burnout

Burnout: Love is powerful. It gives you the energy and the strength to do what you need to do.


Where this person coming from on this, I’m not sure. I’ve never heard or read anywhere where he didn’t love himself, but he had the ability to stop all of this from happening but he chose not to because he loved us. This is the practice of choosing to love others and sacrifice for others, putting others before yourself.

That was his mission. What it meant is that his mission, his purpose in life was to sacrifice himself. That’s all well and good, but he doesn’t want us to sacrifice ourselves. Just because he sacrificed himself does not mean he wants us to sacrifice ourselves.

One would say love is a sacrifice. That’s what love is. Love is sometimes a sacrifice. You sacrifice because you love someone so much that you’re willing to sacrifice.

If you love them that much, it doesn’t feel like a sacrifice. I do a lot for my husband. I love my husband and I do a lot for him. It never feels like a sacrifice ever. I’d have to look at it again if it felt like a sacrifice. Part of it is because I also do it for myself. I feel like I’m fed and now that I’m fed, I can give and not feel like I’m sacrificing.

When I work with women, one of the things that I talk about is loving from your saucer. Lisa Nichols gets credit for this. I learned this from her. She talks about loving from your saucer and a lot of times we try to love from our cup, but you should love and give from your saucer because that’s where your overflow is. You have to love yourself in order to fill your cup so when your cup is full, you’re able to give. When you give and your cup isn’t full, it leads to all kinds of stuff like resentment and all types of issues because you can’t give what you don’t have. If you’re not full, you’re not giving from your abundance.

I used that analogy myself. Giving from that overflow, having that cup full, you full, feeling that you can give and not feel resentful or angry about it. One of the things that I teach women is how to say no. One of the issues is that women will say yes to do everything. There were times when they don’t want to do those things and they feel resentful. You don’t want that. You don’t want to feel resentful. You want to do something because you want to do it. You deeply know that it will be something that makes you feel good giving to somebody. As soon as you give something to somebody and you do something for somebody that you don’t want to do, that’s a whole different relationship between the two of you.

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That’s where the resentment comes in. If you give it from your cup and you’re not full. You want to hold on to it so you’re not freely giving it away in the first place because you’re thinking about how much you need that yourself. When you give it from your overflow, you don’t have a problem. You can just let it go so freely. It flows out of your hand because you have enough.

You know that you have enough when you feel good about doing it and you don’t feel that you’re taking from yourself that, “I only have so much energy and now I’m giving the last of my energy to do this for you.” You have a good handle on this. I like it. It’s fun talking to you.

I see a lot of people that are going through the burnout and the fatigue and it’s not always because of work. It’s because of care, it can be because they’re nurturing. You can get burned out from nurturing. You can get burned out from not having to support what you need so now all of the weight is on your shoulders. A lot of people get burned out from that. How do they recover from that? I believe that the number one thing to be resilient is self-care.

I take it one step further and I say self-love and self-care because self-care is under that umbrella of self-love. That was something that I had to learn the hard way. Sometimes you do have to learn it the hard way, unfortunately. However, I try to help my clients avoid learning it the hard way and maybe catch them before they get to that point.

What are the signs? What are some things to look for whenever we’re heading towards burnout or fatigue?

I mentioned fatigue because some people start with fatigue. You start feeling tired. That was it for me. The other thing is experiencing forgetfulness, impaired concentration or attention. You’re having a hard time focusing. Maybe mild forgetfulness initially and then eventually, it gets to the point where you can’t seem to function. Anxiety is also another one I was getting, not the fatigue with the anxiety. I was feeling tension, worry, edginess and that can get significantly worse to the point where it’s affecting your work productivity. Feelings of apathy and hopelessness that can be those feelings. Having a sense that nothing matters or nothing’s going right. Anger is a big one. Getting angry at yourself most of the time. It can sometimes pour over into anger at your family or your husband or whoever. It starts with irritability and it tends to then turn into anger.

GCM 45 | Burnout

Burnout: Take time every day to focus on yourself. Create a simple self-care practice.


Detachment is a general sense of feeling disconnected from others or maybe from your environment and getting sick more often. You’re starting to just catch whatever little cold comes along and all of a sudden, you’re sick again. Some people experience a loss of appetite, depression and even a lack of productivity. It can also affect your sleep, which is what happened to me. It was affecting my sleep, so I wasn’t sleeping as well. I wasn’t getting as much sleep that’s why I was starting to feel fatigued all the time. I’m always wanting to take naps instead of going to work out or do something that would have been more beneficial. Although the naps did help since I couldn’t sleep during the night. There are quite a few symptoms. As a matter of fact, I do a video on YouTube. I have one on the Sixteen Signs of Burnout.

This is the perfect time to talk about that. Where can they find that on YouTube? How can they connect with you as well?

One of the things that I want people to have and it’s the biggest gift that I gave to myself that made it possible for me to recover from burnout was to take time every day to focus on myself. I created a simple self-care practice that saved me by lessening my numbness and the zombie feeling that I had. Increasing my energy, my fortitude, helping me feel hopeful and inspired again. It’s only for ten minutes. You can do it for as long or as short as you want. I recommend ten minutes. If you only have five, that’s fine too. The simple self-care practice will help you to increase your mindfulness, your well-being, your confidence, your personal power and your ability to concentrate. It will cultivate a greater resilience to stress, positive mindset and decrease those stress-related symptoms that you’re feeling.

It’s my honor to share this gift with your audience. You can go to my site, which is www.WhitneyGordon-Mead.com and you can sign up to get the downloadable step-by-step simple self-care practice. It’s free and yet it’s so valuable. I want you to have it so if you’re struggling, it’s a resource that you can start to use immediately. When you sign up for this, you’ll also receive more resources to support you in cultivating self-love, avoiding or overcoming burnout and more information on the sixteen signs of burnout as well. The link at the same website, the link to YouTube will be right there. You’ll be able to just click on it and it will take you right to it. When you sign up for the free gift, you’ll also get my contact info and an invitation to sign up for a free consultation with me and all the details are there.

Thank you for being on the show and thank you for being so generous. That’s a lot that you’re offering right there. I want to thank you for offering that to my audience. I recommend that you go in and check that out for yourself. Whitney, thank you for being on the show. This has been a great conversation. Too bad it has to come to an end now. It was very valuable and helpful to the audience because I know there are a lot of women out there that are suffering from burnout. Just having the consciousness and awareness to practice self-care before themselves. My hat goes off to them because I realize that they’re doing a wonderful job and there’s a lot that they are doing bringing a lot of value to their families and to the one that they love. You’ve got to take care of yourself as well. Do you have any final words that you would like to say to the audience?

I’d like to stress what I said, which is that self-love unlocks your power to heal. That’s the number one mindset shift that’s required to beat burnout. You are the one who has the power to change this. All it takes is baby steps. First, realizing something needs to change and then taking those steps to do it.

Whitney Gordon-Mead, thank you so much for being on the show. This has been amazing. I would like to get you back on sometime in the future to further discuss this.

I’d love that.

Thank you for reading another successful episode of the Game Changer Mentality. Until next time, please remember that greatness is your birthright. Peace and love.

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About Whitney Gordon-Mead

Whitney Gordon-Mead, CEO of Intuit Wisdom, LLC, is a Speaker, Certified Life Coach, Ordained Minister and on track to have her Doctorate in Metaphysics by the end of 2019. She has 3 decades of experience researching personal growth and how we heal from within.

Whitney had fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and burnout… and healed herself. She knows first-hand the challenges of finding a physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual balance so she’s dedicated her life to helping other women avoid and recover from burnout.

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