Creating Your Perfect Work: How to Discover, Design and Get Highly Paid to Do Work You Love

No matter how much money we earn or how successful we look to others, we can all get to a point where we grow bored, burned out or unfulfilled in our work. You may want more passion, challenge, freedom, meaning or influence in your work right now, yet have no idea where to start, what “Perfect Work” looks like for you, or how to overcome your fear of the risks to get it.

This session will equip you with a systematic process to redesign your ideal career or business and create a winning strategy to get highly paid doing work you love! If you’re itching to change careers, start a business, or bring a big idea to life, this is a session you don’t want to miss.


Renessa Boley Layne

Renessa Boley Layne
Founder at Perfect Work Academy


Renessa Boley Layne is founder of the Perfect Work Academy and author of the book, Fast Lane, Wrong Direction: Insider Secrets to Redesign Your Success and Reclaim the Passion, Purpose and Balance You Lost Along the Way. She wrote the book because she was that woman – in the fast lane going in the wrong direction in her career – for nearly 15 years. She looked very successful on the outside, but in reality, she was bored, burned out and completely unfulfilled.

Renessa made radical changes in her own life and now helps countless women create their “Perfect Work” – be it radically changing careers, launching a business, or bringing a big idea to life. Renessa’s mission is to equip women everywhere to discover, design and get highly paid to do work they love!

Renessa is a dynamic speaker and has appeared as a leading authority on ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX TV affiliates across the country. She has also been featured in publications such as Career Builder,, Heart & Soul magazine, and The Washington Post.

Renessa holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and brings 20 years of corporate and entrepreneurial success to her programs. She has been a featured speaker for such notable organizations as Women in Technology International, Virgin America, Applied Materials, Diversity Woman, and many more. You can learn more about Renessa and her impact at

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