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Rene

In WILL, I leaned into my interests. I love learning new things, and that’s when I’m happiest. I had just gotten into Formula 1 racing, and I sensed that there was an entire ocean there that I could just dive into and love and learn about and never get tired of. Then, I decided that I would need to go to graduate school in England, because that’s where most of the Formula teams are based. I applied to seven graduate schools in England, four of which I’ve gotten into already, including Cranfield, which is easily my number one choice.

Through WILL, I’ve gained the confidence to go forward and reinforce some of the mindset tools that I’d already started to try and teach myself. I’ve been able to push through a lot of fear, and I’ve learned that sometimes you just have to do it, even if it’s scary.

– Rene

Courtney

Through WILL, I’ve done a lot of work to help identify my values, which just makes me feel like a better, more complete person. I feel like I’m in a better place to make a contribution to the world because I have a better sense of self, and a better sense of what I want to do versus what I don’t want to do in the world. I’m very proud of the personal development that this course has enabled me to do.

Now, all my energy isn’t consumed with surviving to the next day. I can ask myself, “What can I actually do to make a positive impact now?” Which is something I really hope continues, now that I will have all this time and won’t be exhausted all the time. I hope I can think more about what I can do with these newfound skills and values that I’ve found to make a positive contribution.

– Courtney 

Leah

Before joining WILL, I was very panicked because I knew I had really reached the end of my rope, and I was very much ready to leave. I felt very trapped and very scared, and I had no idea what steps to take to not only help me make the next move, but how to make my current situation better. I didn’t know how to just set boundaries, or how to say no. I felt like I was bottling up this thing, and I couldn’t talk about it to anyone. It was pretty harmful not being able to be honest with anybody.

When I found WILL, it was like a ray of hope. I loved knowing that there were other women out there like me, plus a whole program dedicated to this one common issue. It was a lifeline in a very desperate moment, and I probably would have enrolled years ago if I had known about it. Because of WILL, I’ve ended up at a new job with a sports data company that right away, felt like the right fit. It’s been a really healthy move for me, and I feel like I’m in an entirely different place in my life right now.

This shift has been exactly what I needed, and has given me time just to live. I’ve learned how to stick up for myself. In the last year, I’ve become very good at setting boundaries and saying, “No,” not only at work, but in my personal life. Sticking up for myself was not something that I learned in law school.

I just feel so, so good, and I know I would not have had the courage to do it without WILL. I was able to talk to Elena and so many fellow members during that whole process, and I’m just so grateful. I’m feeling so much better now. I just feel like a completely better person.

– Leah

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