EP 10: Leading With Boundaries vs Over-Functioning with Krystel Stacey

Uncategorized Sep 18, 2020

Overfunctioning is the default setting for so many leaders. 

They want to fix and rescue everything—and sometimes that looks like working harder than others. But is that truly leading?

Fueled by anxiety, a high sense of responsibility, and a lack of clear boundaries, over-functioning can hijack the best of us. What’s tricky in overcoming over-functioning is that part of your superpower is seeing the solution and knowing what needs to be done to fix it. 

And while over-functioning might be a part of your day-to-day life as a leader, boundaries can be the balm to soothe your default over-functioning and need to fix-all-the-things to become the leader you’re meant to be.⠀⠀⠀

My guest in this episode is Krystel Stacey. She’s a powerhouse serial entrepreneur who leads and works hard to make everything around her beautiful and filled with meaning and purpose. And if you are fortunate to be in her presence, you will be so moved by her genuine belief in what is possible for your life. She is the real deal who lives her life with integrity and consistency.

Krystel is also the owner of six businesses and is dedicated to inspiring fellow leaders and entrepreneurs through her successes, and her struggles.⠀⠀⠀

Listen to the full episode to hear:

  • Why Krystel is so passionate about creating experiences with vision and meaning
  • How important boundaries are in her work 
  • How releasing the responsibility of over-functioning in favor of a life aligned with her purpose and vision differentiated from those she leads and supports
  • The beauty she is committed to creating out of a space of pain and loss
  • How the fruits of starting her own family supported her coming into her own

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