Who Do You Think You Are?

Freedom Principle #1:
Know Your Worth – 
Show up to Work As Yourself Every Day

In a society where it appears at times that opinions are rampant and truth is an afterthought, it’s imperative to understand who you are. Stereotypes, biases and other prejudgments can leave you feeling as if you are unqualified and afraid to take advantage of opportunities. When you lack confidence in who you are and what you bring to the table, you will end up allowing others to make life-changing decisions for you. When you don’t know what you offer, how will other people know? They will only be able to make impressions of you based on their limited information such as your appearance and any preconceived biases they may subconsciously hold. Do you really want other people to decide your future?

Set Yourself Free!

Become your best friend. What are your core (deepest) values? What matters to you? What are your strengths and weaknesses?

Free Yourself from a lack of confidence – Know your worth

“Self-esteem begins and ends with you. The more you know about yourself the less you’ll be by the opinion of others.” – B. Dilley

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About Nancy Gettridge

Nancy Gettridge is founder of Phenomenal Image, a career strategy coaching firm dedicated to helping women reach their full leadership potential.  Frequent points of discussion include aligning one's life purpose to one's career and gender bias in the workplace.   Other key topics include career strategy, leadership, and overcoming workplace issues.  You can get weekly career tips straight to your email by subscribing here
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