If I Gave a TEDx Talk on "Owning Your Amazing"
I love to challenge a person's beliefs. Why? Because we must challenge these beliefs and adopt new ways of thinking and acting to change our lives.
I hope that you are not one of the many women who are spending a ton of time desperately looking for what's MISSING and what you don't know. Or assuming that there has to be a whole bunch of STEPS to figure out and plan in advance. Or imagining that you can't have or be or do something until you have somehow proven that you are WORTHY and good enough and allowed. What I find true for many women:
Let's apply a little reality and logic today so you can see just how reckless you're being with your LIFE by allowing yourself to entertain these treacherous beliefs.
During my first few years in business, I discounted all my achievements because I had this set definition of what “success” meant. It was a monetary goal I hadn’t yet reached. I ignored my advanced education, that I was sought after by leaders of Fortune 500 companies and built a movement around my message.
I needed to uncover the evidence in order to bust through that borrowed definition of success and step into helping others have those same wins. It is astonishing how many women are owning stories of lack and needing to be much more FIRST.
What combination of skills, strengths, and experiences uniquely positions you? Do you ever get so caught up in moving on to the next goal that you forget to celebrate your wins?
The bottom line is that what holds a lot of women back from reaching their people isn’t a lack of talent or training. It could simply be how you communicate about your work.
Yes, I want to talk about owning your amazing on the TEDx stage.
Imagine…18 short minutes to fame.
It’s definitely a venue that is important to consider if I want to share my message with the world. Especially considering most Tedx Talks have hundreds of thousands of views. Many talks have millions of views.
Yes, I can see myself stepping onto center stage after condensing my message to this point of focus.
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