Selling ourself and our work can feel unauthentic. So instead, we opt for keeping our heads down, working harder and hoping we will be noticed by the right people. After all, nobody wants to feel like they're yelling into the void, "look at me".
Butif you don’t share your value or tell your story, someone else will.
There's nothing wrong with being proud of your accomplishments and if you identify as a leader, self-promotion is an inevitable part of the game.
Whether you're interviewing for a job, trying to help more people or simply trying to build more trust, sharing who you are, why you do what you do and what you stand for is absolutely essential.
If you've ever struggled with this and want to speak more confidently about what you do without being seen as a fraud, sell-out or a phony, this one hour workshop is for you.
THIS 1 HOUR FREE WORKSHOP WILL TEACH YOU:
The key to overcoming the guilt of self-promotion and imposter phenomenon so you can have the impact you want
5 tips for authentically and ethically sharing your value and work while expanding your reach
What to say to nay-sayers and friends who question why and how you're putting yourself out there
3 ways to spot fakers and pretenders so you don't fall into the same category
Strategies for growing visibility and impact without relying on social media