A while ago I asked a group of professionals what they were dreaming about, and what would be possible if they made that happen. The answers were mostly around:
- Getting to the next level (without it being so hard)
- Being recognized for work that they enjoy
- Being authentic at work
- Having work/life balance and being in charge of their time
- Giving back
Here is just a selection:
“Someone comes to me with an opportunity I can’t refuse. Be a subject matter expert”
“Happy at work. I add value and am appreciated. Have ownership. Sense of balance, inspired, awakened, feeling motivated”
“Reach a new plateau of success and be recognized for it. Be able to access parts of me I can’t currently access. Inspired by people, comfort in my own skin”
“Turn up the volume and go to the highest level. Make a difference”
“Dream job where people really appreciate me. I can stop feeling like a ‘C’ at everything.”
Do any of these sound familiar?
What I hear is what I’ve heard working with hundreds of professionals. So many of you are working so hard and not getting the results you want.
You need a strategy. Yes, dreams take hard work, but work without a strategy just wears you out.
I know because a while back I made my own career dreams come true — and I’ve helped hundreds of clients do the same over the past 12 years.
I have clients who wanted to leave their company and instead figured out how to stay…and get promoted. I have clients who figured out how to build a successful side business while they worked their way up at their organization. Clients who have gotten promoted into BIG jobs and gotten jobs at their industry’s hottest organizations. Clients who turned around lagging accounts and got the best people asking to join their team. Clients who found enough balance to finally pay attention to personal life and meet Mr/Ms right. Clients who have simply improved relationships with their work colleagues so they can stop going home exhausted and actually look forward to Monday mornings.
And they all started by learning the fundamental steps to managing themselves as leaders, and their careers, so that they never have to feel stuck again.
The Confidence Toolkit: How to Have Confidence in Every Situation, from Navigating Your Career to Inspiring Your Team
February 12 at 6:00pm
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In this virtual workshop, you will discover…
- 3 steps to building the kind of confidence that will let you get ahead at work, without burning yourself out
- The one thing most people do that doesn’t work, and how to avoid it
- The secret to actually sustaining your confidence, so it doesn’t disappear just when you need it
Why am I calling it the “Confidence Toolkit?”
Because I believe that confidence is at the core of so many of the challenges we face at work. And when we can communicate well, confidence soars.
When you don’t have the tools to feel confident in a situation, things come up like:
“Ugh, why didn’t that conversation go better?”
“I spoke to my boss about a promotion a year ago, and nothing’s happened”
“I’m so tired of spending my evenings talking to my partner about the same work problems”
“Maybe if I had a “brand” it could help my career, but I don’t know what I do better than other people”
“When I network my message totally falls flat. I feel so fake promoting myself”
It’s hard to get the outcome you want when you feel like that. So you put your head down and work more. It gets better for a while, then…
What if you had the tools to stop the cycle?
Take the first step to figuring out your path to confidence. Join me.
Sign up here for a confident 2020.