Female High-Tech Marketing Exec Turns Corporate Escape Artist to Help Employees Become Entrepreneurs

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Corporate Escape Artist, a company that helps Corporate professionals transition from employee to entrepreneur, announced the launch of their new website today, http://www.CorporateEscapeArtist.com. Caroline Castrillon, the founder and former 25-year high-tech marketing executive, is dedicated to helping people in the Corporate world transition to entrepreneurship so they can finally experience the freedom and flexibility of being their own boss.

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Caroline Castrillon, Founder and Coach at Corporate Escape Artist

The reason I’m doing this work is that I found too many people in their jobs just going through the motions, leaving their passions and dreams by the wayside. I want to change that.

Caroline Castrillon, founder and coach at Corporate Escape Artist, made the leap to entrepreneurship after a long, successful Corporate career and has never looked back. Prior to Corporate Escape Artist, she worked as a VP of Marketing for a small Austin tech firm and for large companies like AMD, Dell, and Sony. She has an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and is a Certified Professional Coach. “For years, I dreamed of being my own boss but had no idea what to do or how to get there. It wasn’t until I found my own coach that I had my breakthrough and now I want to inspire and empower others to take the leap,” said Caroline Castrillon.

The thought of starting a business is the unknown and can be daunting. In fact, in a survey by Wakefield Research, they found that one-third of Americans are more afraid to start their own business than to jump out of a plane. “There is a misconception that working for yourself is risky. These days, it’s far riskier working for someone else. Being your own boss gives you more control over your future and allows you to find a joy, meaning and purpose difficult to find in the Corporate world,” Caroline said.

A recent Gallup poll revealed that more than half of the American workforce is not engaged--they’re just there. In addition, another 16% of employees are actively disengaged—meaning they are miserable in the workplace. “The reason I’m doing this work is that I found too many people in their jobs just going through the motions, leaving their passions and dreams by the wayside. I want to change that,” Caroline said.

Corporate Escape Artist will offer personalized 1:1 coaching, mindset training and helpful resources with an expansion of service offerings in the coming months. Visit http://www.CorporateEscapeArtist.com for more details.

About Corporate Escape Artist: Corporate Escape Artist, founded by Caroline Castrillon, is a company whose mission is to help business professionals successfully transition from employee to entrepreneur. Caroline, a former 25-year high-tech marketing executive, decided to trade her cubicle for the freedom and flexibility of being her own boss. Now, her mission is to help people in the Corporate world successfully make the leap to start their own businesses, so they can finally experience the freedom and flexibility that they have been craving for years. Corporate Escape Artist is headquartered in Austin, Texas. Visit http://www.CorporateEscapeArtist.com for more details.

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