Finding your voice means being connected with who you really are, and this allows you to create your story, design and live your life on your own terms.
Many women are afraid to be what they are for fear of being stopped, criticized, labeled as selfish. Most of us have been raised in environments – home, school, church, work – where women are supposed to be, behave, speak, think, feel in a certain way.
The corporate environment is one of those contexts where this conditioning is most evident. To be successful women try to fit into a way of being and behaving that is typical of their male counterparts.
In today’s episode of the ProsperityOnAir podcast, we will explore this topic and much more with business coach: Lara Noormahomed
Lara is a business coach helping women who want to get a promotion, raise and are working towards achieving a 6-figure salary. She helps women navigate a corporate system which is not very friendly towards women by finding their voice and gaining the skills and assertiveness needed to get what they need.
This is what we’ll cover in today’s episode:
- Becoming who you really are vs trying to be someone you are not
- How being connected with who you are allows you to create your own story
- How women are afraid of being who they are for fear of being stopped, criticized, considered selfish
- As a woman you are supposed to….
- Manifesting your desires means that you always have choices
- 3 things that affect women’s success in the workplace
- Needing vs wanting
- How to lead by being true to your femininity
- Age discrimination in the work place
- The importance of working with a coach for your career
- Lara’s mission
and much more
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Now it’s your turn! Have you found your voice? And are you able to make it heard in the workplace?
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To your success and prosperity
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