An all-encompassing strategic methodology in late-career change

For women 45+ who don't have time for outdated career counseling systems

or one-size-fits-all solutions

4D Tesseract Clarity

Framework™

4D Tesseract Clarity Framework™

An all-encompassing strategic methodology in late-career change

For women 45+ who don't have time for outdated career counseling systems

or one-size-fits-all solutions

How was the 4D Framework developed?

From lost to found: my midlife discovery

Embarking on a journey of professional reinvention, especially during midlife, can feel like a daunting task. An extremely difficult one when you're navigating it alone.

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I intimately understand this challenge because just a few years ago, I found myself in that very same place. It was as if I were blindly traversing a pitch-black room, relying solely on my sense of touch to find my way forward.

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In my quest for guidance, I searched the landscape for an all-encompassing program or coaching that could illuminate the path ahead and help me answer the never-ending thread of questions that popped up every day. Unfortunately, I found it to be a fruitless pursuit.

My personal, sometimes weary, journey became the driving force behind a deep desire: to create a clear roadmap for women like me - and like you. I wanted to help you avoid as many stumbling stones as humanly possible and save you from wasting precious time, energy, worries and disappointments.

"The linear systems are the relic of the past. Even they may have worked in bygone years, the world has changed. And so have you. The methods that once held true are no longer sufficient in today's rapidly evolving landscape."

Elizabeth Stief

Mentor & Coach

Beyond a Roadmap

Two years of intensive work in method development turned out to be something far more than a roadmap. It became an all-encompassing and flexible framework that incorporates the diverse facets of your life that play an important role in the professional reinvention at the midlife stage.

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Here you’ll discover a comprehensive set of components designed to:

- Identify YOUR fulfilling work: Understand what type of work truly brings you fulfillment

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- Overcome barriers: Navigate the obstacles on your path toward your dream

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- Find confidence to begin your transition: Cultivate the confidence needed to embark on your journey

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- Align all facets of your life: Ensure that every aspect aligns with the direction you’re moving toward

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- Address challenges along the way: Handle problems that arise during your transformation

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- Realize your vision: Transform your long-held aspirations into reality and thrive in the career you’ve always imagined

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You will dive in an environment where you’ll broaden your horizons, encouraging yourself to consider directions and solutions that may not be immediately apparent. You’ll learn to think beyond limits, explore your potential and new possibilities.

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The Tesseract Clarity Framework™ is a dynamic, evolving system, with multiple modules that are grouped and configured to align with your specific objectives, your personal aspirations and professional needs.

In recognition of your unique journey, this approach ensures that every step you take is not just a move forward but an informed and decisive stride in the right direction — toward a future that you are creating to fit your vision of success and fulfillment.

Tesseract Clarity Framework™

Tesseract Clarity Framework™

Due to intellectual property rights specific details of the Framework are not being disclosed in this chart

Explaining the Tesseract: a geometric math concept

Time for scientifically mind-bending revelations

A tesseract is a four-dimensional shape, a mathematical geometrical concept sometimes referred to as a hypercube. It represents a four-dimensional shape, even though we live in a three-dimensional world (at least, that's how we currently perceive it).

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Now, you might be wondering:

"What's a four-dimensional shape?"

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Well, let's break it down step by step:

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Zero Dimensions: a point

It has no length, width, or height. It's just a single location in space.

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One Dimension: a line

It has length but no width or height. You can think of it as a bunch of points connected in a straight line.

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Two Dimensions: a square

It has length and width, so it's like a flat piece of paper. You can think of it as made up of connected lines.

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Three Dimensions: a cube

It has length, width, and height. It's like a 3D box or a room, made up of connected squares.

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Now, here's where it gets a bit tricky:

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Four Dimensions:

A tesseract is a four-dimensional shape. It has length, width, height, and an extra dimension that's hard to visualize. We can't directly see or touch the fourth dimension in our everyday lives.

To help you imagine it, you can think of a tesseract as a 3D cube that moves through time. Just like a cube has smaller squares on each of its "faces", a tesseract has smaller cubes on each of its "faces", but these cubes are connected in a way that involves that elusive fourth dimension.

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It's a fascinating concept in mathematics and geometry, even though it's quite challenging to visualize!

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3 - months mentoring program

Harness the power of self-discovery and business strategy to pinpoint your career aspirations and tailor your professional life vision in a way that resonates with your inner calling

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Professional Fulfillment Catalyst

3 - months mentoring program

Harness the power of self-discovery and business strategy to pinpoint your career aspirations and tailor your professional life vision in a way that resonates with your inner calling

your "unfair" advantage for:

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Brené Brown

"Midlife: when the Universe grabs

your shoulders and tells you

“I’m not f-ing around, use the gifts you were given...

...If you own this story

you get to write the ending...

...It’s not about ‘ what can I accomplish?’
but ‘what do I want to accomplish?’"

Lisa Nichols

"Being unapologetic

means that I will be

ALL of ME...

...I will no longer shrink or
compromise myself by playing small

so others will

not feel insecure

in my presence."

Diane von Furstenberg

"The most important relationship you have in life is the one

you have with yourself...

...And then after that, I'd say once you have that, it may be hard work, but you can actually design your life...

...I am very free, that I've managed to be who I wanted to be without compromising."

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