No foolin’…we are kicking off April with some exciting news! The Crush Limits team is rolling out a brand-new website today and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Through our revamped site, we are also opening a new door for individuals to sign up for any and all of our exciting professional development workshops.

The Crush team has been able to work within great businesses large and small — such as Fidelity, T-Mobile, Wayfair — to name a few. We are going to continue working with brands that can utilize our growing number of workshop courses, but given feedback from participants asking “how can I have my friend do this? Or “Do you have more workshops I can join outside of work?” now we are also equipped and ready to work with individuals who may be searching for these opportunities on their own.

Beginning this month, anyone can sign up for our workshops centered around topics such as Dealing with Ambiguity and Building Resilience, DiSC Workshop, Presenting with Confidence and Influence, Leveraging Your Network, Be the CEO of ME, LGBTQ+ Allyship Training. These workshops will start in May and continue on a rolling basis from that point on. Check out the full schedule and workshop descriptions here (will link to workshops page once new site is live).

Our goal is to build and enhance a community presence and support one another – whether that’s empowering women, people of color, LGBTQ+ folks or just anyone looking to advance themselves professionally or personally through training and coaching. Looking to take your career to the next level or make a change? Want to get back into the workforce after some time away? Interested in kick starting your own business? Need help speaking and delivering results with confidence? We got you!

We are excited about the direction Crush Limits is heading and we hope you join us for the journey ahead through these dynamic workshops, coaching sessions or general business consulting opportunities and best practices. Cheers to a new chapter!

Taryn Beaudoin
CEO and Founder
Crush Limits