Chief Operating Officer, 10+ Years of Digital Marketing Experience
November 22nd, 2017
Reserved. Shy. Quiet. Stoic.
I can't tell you how many times people have used these adjectives to describe me. It's true I am more apprehensive to react emotionally in the moment, which quite frankly I don't mind, but being called "shy" is - the -worst.
Why does it bother me so much? Because deep down, I don't feel shy. What I do feel is annoyance at myself for holding back what I'm really thinking, especially in situations where I'm new or not as comfortable.
If you have ever found yourself in the same boat, where you hold back your voice from either previous bad experiences or a slew of situations where it felt better to not speak up, this episode is for you.
In my experience, this is one of the many consequences of Imposter Syndrome and to grow in your career, you know you need to get over it.
That's easier said than done, so in this episode, we share resources we've found to make that discomfort a little more manageable.
After you watch, join the conversation on our MarketHer-specific Facebook page. We already have some chatter in regards to our teaser video for this, and there's a lot more to say once you take a look.
Or, you can leave us a comment below!Until next week...
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