Raise your Self Esteem to Stand Out!
Today’s professional woman battles many things – from social media gossip, mass media stereotypes and expectations, corporate barriers, male-dominated industries…to her own body’s natural course to self-sabotaging behaviors that may be causing her the greatest obstacles.
Almost 47% of women believe they would be further in their career if they had more self-belief, more confidence and less anxiety about their body and self image.
Self-esteem refers to how you feel about yourself overall; how much esteem, positive regard or self-love you have. … Self-confidence is how you feel about your abilities and can vary from situation to situation. Confidence can be a real barrier to women achieving their full potential – but when you lack self esteem, you inadvertently and subconsciously hold yourself back or feel lack thereof.
You can confidently rise up the corporate ladder, speak in front of hundreds of people, yet walk off the stage feeling low on the ladder and feel sick to your stomach. Why? It’s that quiet sound within having an inner conflict and self defeating dialogue with your esteem.
You see, the environment for advancing women into leadership roles in the workplace has never been more positive for women at all levels. Executive presence is a combination of behavior, communication style, and image…and it needs to convey confidence at all times. It’s time to learn how to step up your true self and stand out!
To help and support women become self leaders, gain momentum to succeed in the workplace and believe in herself, we must raise their level of self-esteem and self-image.
Liza’s knowledge of the art and science of mind-body connection, self image and women’s wellness, plus years of working in conservative corporate world gives her an edge up in speaking and coaching strategies and techniques that will empower you to feel good from the inside-out, know and believe in your self and your worth, increase your visibility and rise up the ladder confidently!
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