BWA Podcast Show – From $60M Success to Burnout: Lessons in Business and Life

Join us on the BWA Podcast Show for a dive deep with Lezly Kaye and Lyn Hawkins National Director of Business Women Australia, in an un-missable conversation between two powerhouse women sharing their biggest lessons learned to date and the exciting launch of BWA Boardroom – a mastermind peer group program for C suite women.

Be inspired by Lezly’s journey and profound realisations while at the helm of a $60 million business.

Lyn and Lezly will explore the needs of “C-suite” women and those operating at executive-level management within Australian private and public companies. Hear first hand the big lessons learned from these two experienced and successful leaders in business.

  1. Hear about the support and connections they wish they had during their journey.

  2. Be inspired by honest and invaluable advice.

  3. Hear about the moment Lezly realised she was avoiding the most important aspects of her life.

  4. Learn the tell-tale signs of burnout.

  5. Be the first to hear about the launch of BWA Boardroom.

Don’t miss out on these candid insights from two dynamic women in business and tune into this heartfelt, raw conversation as Lezly and Lyn as they unpack the challenges and opportunities facing high performing women. Be inspired by the impact you can have if you step into your power.

About Lezly Kaye

As Australia’s only leading High-Performance Somatic Coach with a lived background of having built and managed a $60 million empire, Lezly Kaye brings unparalleled expertise to the realm of leadership and personal development. Her journey is marked by significant achievements and profound transformations, both in the business world and in personal realms.

Today, she is dedicated to helping high-achieving women who feel stuck between the demands of their professional success and personal fulfillment. Her approach goes beyond traditional coaching, integrating somatic practices that address the body-mind connection, which is often overlooked in conventional business strategies. This method helps break through glass ceilings, overcome subtle self-sabotage, and eliminate the stress and burnout that accompany high-level success.

In June 2024 Lezly partnered with Lyn Hawkins, National Director of Business Women Australia to launch the BWA BOARDROOM,

Together, we will redefine what it means to have it all, ensuring that your professional achievements and personal happiness are not just balanced, but mutually enhancing.

About Lyn Hawkins

Lyn Hawkins is the Founder and Director of Business Women Australia (BWA), which is fast becoming one of the most influential groups for Australian women in business. Lyn is also the Founding Director of Hawkins Marketing, a business strategy consultancy practice established in 2015 advising law and accounting firms, engineering, medical and SME’s. With a career spanning over 25 years in entrepreneurship, marketing and business growth, she has held senior executive roles with KPMG, Telstra, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Diverse IT in addition to her own business ventures in multi-media and education. Lyn is also a Director of Private Wealth Network in Western Australia and South Australia, a membership-based organisation with UHNW individuals, family groups and Family Offices.

Lyn has a Bachelor of Commerce (UWA) with honours in strategic management and marketing, has taught at University level, and numerous Non-Executive board roles in the Private and NFP sectors. She is an experienced Leadership Coach, has a Diploma (and Cert IV) in Coaching and Mentoring, and has been a mentor to Commerce students at UWA since 2013.

: ‘Create Your Reality – A Guided Journal’. Through navigating life’s curve balls, she realised that our lives reflect our inner beliefs and habits. This profound insight drives her commitment to redefining women’s empowerment, helping them break through their inner glass ceilings, believe in themselves, and step into their authentic power through tailored programs.

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