Clarity is a catalyst
Clarity is powerful.
When we don't have it, we worry, feel frustrated, and doubt overwhelms us. I believe this is why many women struggle with advancing in their #careers and #leadership.
We often don't believe we are enough for what we desire, and the last thing we want is confirmation of that belief. So we play it safe, minimizing, or even ignoring the clarity we do have and stifling our very own dreams.
Ironically, when we do gain opportunities that suggest we are enough, but we don't believe it, #impostersyndrome appears.
It's a hard, vicious mindset cycle.
Practicing #compassion and pinpointing what makes us who we are is how we combat this mindset epidemic. I help my clients identify, accept, and honor that they are more than enough.
Often overlooked when it comes to the #jobsearch, the very first step of an effective transition is your #mindset.
Clarity leads to courage, courage draws out our values and convictions, and our convictions produce confidence.
If you're struggling with your job search, schedule a complimentary coaching session. I've got 3 questions that will help you begin to shift your mindset.
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7/29/2020 11:45:42 am
Great blog post!!! I think many people, especially parents struggle with clarity. We spend so much time working and taking care of our little ones, we lose our focus.
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