Do you ever think or feel that you’re not enough?
This thinking/feeling pattern can be tough to identify. It starts in childhood and becomes so ingrained you hardly notice.
But here’s how you KNOW it’s operating under the surface:
- You work yourself to the bone but never receive the validation, promotion or financial compensation you seek.
- Fear stops you from using your voice to advocate for yourself.
- Your shaky boundaries allow your boss and co-workers to take advantage of your work ethic.
- You burn out and end up with physical symptoms or chronic illness.
My client Nadia was working 60 hours a week including overnight shifts.
With all the chaos going on, are you worried about your career and livelihood?
In this video, I share how you can still get ahead and make your career dreams come true. Even in the midst of global change!Deep down, you may be scared that your financial and working life will never be the same again — even if you weren’t in love with your job to begin with.
This is the first time in human history that 7 billion people have cooperated. The news makes it look like we’re all at odds with each other. Don’t be fooled: there is more love, more inclusiveness, and more connection than ever.
Is the hard work myth holding you back and causing you to play small in your career?
We’ve been told all of our life that the harder you work, the better your career. But working yourself to the bone with no self-care is not the path to success!
Do you work and work and work with the same results?
→ Never moving up the ladder?
→ Never getting that pay raise?
STOP trying so hard for too little return. Stop wasting your gifts and talents in work that crushes your soul.
START paying attention to what will make you grow and save your energy for what really matters!
Your parents’ advice was wrong — is living by their “rules” holding you back?
Based on our Facebook poll, aside from those who stated they didn’t receive any career-related advice growing up, the most frequently heard advice that respondents reported receiving from their parents was, “you should become a: (fill in the blank), despite the fact that you have no interest in it.”
You need to understand how your family is still affecting your day-to-day life!!
Are your parents holding back your performance, income level, your power?
We all love our parents. While their recommendations come from a place of love (sometimes) and asking their point of view may be helpful,