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I recently led a workshop for 15 brilliant men and women. Total transparency, the room was a downright intimidating group of mainly female senior engineering, technology, and mathematics influencers. Despite some pre-game jitters for me, the workshop was engaging, impactful, and even fun!
The topic was: How to Speak Up and Use Unconscious Bias to Your Advantage, and we spent our time specifically on Emotional Control and Influence.
Their #1 Challenge: How not to feel mediocre at work and/or at home.
Due in part to unconscious bias and part to being a minority (either women or men who are atypical of being STEM leaders) in their field, these mostly PhD’s who were published, departments heads, and changing the world for the better, felt mediocre at work AND at home.
Here are a few tips to help you be and feel like you are world-class in your career and at home.
Lastly, please give yourself credit where credit is due. Of all the men and women, I’ve been blessed to work with 1:1, in small groups, in my monthly Mental Toughness Mastery program or in my workshops, I know you need to be reminded sometimes of how amazing you already are.
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Here are the four best ways I can help you, and for you to join our community:
Here’s to you being amazing!
Watch the Video:
Tune into this video Sheryl recently shot that includes more Mental Toughness tips, tools and habits on feeling world-class in your career and at home.
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Overwhelmed by your current schedule and possibly underwhelmed by the progress you’re making on initiatives that matter to you?
It’s definitely that time of year, and you are not alone. The good news is that you can have a "mini intervention" with yourself, your schedule, and the impact you’re having, so you can feel less overwhelmed and more in control and on purpose. You’ll likely be more fun to be around too:)
This "Get to Know Yourself" questionnaire will help you next-level your understanding of who you are and what’s important to you. You’ll be looking from a perspective that may be unfamiliar, but this can be a catalyst to ignite momentum and inspire consistent action.