If you sometimes (often) find yourself wondering when you’re going to get found out, or you walk into a networking event and think “No-one’s going to be interested in me”, or when your manager says she wants to put you forward for promotion, you’re already convincing yourself that “you’re too old”, “too inexperienced” or you tell yourself “she’s just being nice”.
Your inner critic (also known as the imposter syndrome) can play havoc with your career. Just imagine how much more successful you could be if you knew how to silence your inner critic.
You’re not alone. Just this week, even Nicola Sturgeon admitted that she suffers from this.
Join me Wednesday 29 May and discover How to stop your inner critic sabotaging your career so you get the success you want.
I’ll be sharing the tips and strategies that work so brilliantly for my VIP clients and that I’ve used myself to get noticed and get promoted.
Wednesday 29 May – 8pm to 9pm
Recorded if you can’t make it live but you’ll need to register to get the link for the recording.
Here’s what others say:
“You just have just given me the shove I needed to listen to my instinct that I don’t want to be in that environment anymore and keep trying, thank you!”
Then a few weeks later, this woman:
“I’m on my way to a meeting with the Managing Director of the ABC Company*, to confirm my appointment as a director in their 1300 strong team working to improve ABC services and introduce new capabilities and equipment.
After my email, I pulled the plug on the XYZ old boys network and kept working to get something different and valuable, and I think I’ve achieved that.”
*names changed for confidentiality reasons
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