Yesterday I helped to stop bullying and discrimination, save the orangutans, encouraged us to accept ourselves and to tap into creative expressions to find ourselves – amongst other things; just by working with the speakers who shared their message directly at a local TEDx talk. In this article I look out how your actions can impact a greater world.
Do you stop yourself from speaking up or promoting yourself because you are not the expert? Questions and challenges to help you own your expertise and value and be of service to others.
“I can’t tell people about myself and what I do; that would be self-promoting!” I hear this a lot – both from clients and others. Sometimes it comes out loud and clear and other times it is a more subtle thought pattern, hiding behind the scenes. Either way, a thought like this totally blocks your ability to promote or market yourself, and the problem here is thinking that self-promotion is bad. The MYTH is that All Self-Promotion is Self-Serving………….FALSE Yes, self-promotion CAN be self-serving and sadly, you do see people with this approach in marketing. They are promoting themselves with