You’re great at what you do…but there are times when you feel like a fraud.
You’d love that promotion…but self doubt means you’ve talked yourself out of it so many times.
You’re a smart professional with experience and skills…but sometimes you feel intimidated by some of your colleagues.
You work hard, you’re ambitious, you’re good… but somehow you feel unfulfilled.
But you don’t have to feel like that any more.
You can learn to manage those feelings of self- doubt, fear and overwhelm.
You can lose the guilt at saying ‘no’.
You can lose the need to be liked all the time.
You can have that new job and you can feel confident and in control around colleagues.
You can speak up, command respect and have more of a presence at work.
You can learn how to share your success in a way that feels comfortable.
You can learn how to tackle tough conversations with ease.
You can be that confident, authentic and inspiring woman that leads with presence and authority.
I’m Susan Ritchie, the author of Strategies for Being Brilliant: 21 Ways to Be Happy, Confident and Successful, and I help professional women to feel more powerful, so they can have more presence and personal impact at work.
You can have more happiness, more confidence, more job satisfaction, influence and credibility.
A more relaxed approach to dealing with your boss, your team, your staff.
More power, impact and presence.
A more impressive you.
How Can I Help You?
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