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  • "3 Massive Mistakes Female Executives Make That Keep Them Overworked/Overwhelmed&Struggling to Find Time for Their Kids
Enjoy a Thriving Career, AND feel like a SUPERSTAR Mom too!
Female Executives Who Want to be the best Mom they can be
Shirley Oya, Transformational Speaker
Los Angeles, CA 91343
Rated: Rated 4 Stars by 3 Organizations
Rated 4 Stars by 3 Organizations

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Keynote Talk:

"3 Massive Mistakes Female Executives Make That Keep Them Overworked, Overwhelmed, and Struggling to Find Time for Their Kids, AND, the #1 Secret to Thriving in a Career WHILE Feeling Like a Superstar Mom in the Process"!


In This Powerful and Engaging Talk You'll DISCOVER:

  • A common self-sabotaging habit that keeps you from feeling like a 'good enough' mom
  • A surprisingly easy 5-step process that will have you feeling more deeply connected to your kids 
  • The REAL secret to enjoying your successful, high-powered career, while feeling super accomplished as a mom too



Shirley Oya, CPCC, BCC, is a mom, transformational speaker, executive and life coach, and work-life balance expert in practice since 2004. Previous to this she enjoyed a successful career in public accounting working with high-profile clients in the entertainment and alternative medicine fields.

A self-described recovering perfectionist, Shirley passionately coaches moms to appreciate their worth, practice supreme self-care, and become masters at creating work-life harmony so they can be the best moms they want to be.

Shirley's talks are super engaging and highly informative with participants often sharing how much their lives were transformed by the experience.  

While she has enjoyed success in all of her careers, Shirley's mom experience tops them all. She loves to share both her learnings, and failings so that others can feel just as confident about their mom role as they do in their executive one.

Shirley's formal coach training from The Coaches Training Institute, and study of neuroscience, along with her personal psychoanalytical experience, inform her work. She lives in Northern Los Angeles with her husband and 2 daughters, ages 16 and 21.