Welcome to Season 2, Episode 4 of the Women’s Leadership Podcast with Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership Founder and CEO, Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin.
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As we announced last week, our new Women’s Leadership Summer Masterclass Series starts tomorrow, June 26th, and we’re kicking off this series with a session on the imposter complex, self-confidence and limiting beliefs.
Every single woman we’ve ever worked with has struggled with these issues at some point, and we are finding that this topic is profoundly relevant right now as we learn to use our voices for change.
If you’ve struggled with issues of worthiness, at work, at home or in the world, in order to create the life and the world that you want to live in, please join us for the first session or sign up for an all-access pass to all six sessions!
What key strategies can help you when you are living in the house of change?
As women leaders, most of us are handling so much right now, personally, politically and emotionally – we are living through a time of tremendous rapid-fire change.
In this week’s episode of The Women’s Leadership Podcast, Elizabeth talks about the experience of what she calls “living in the house of change.”
One of the things that is important to understand is that under these circumstances, where anxiety is normal, it is ok to be scared and to feel uncertainty. Being able to recognize when you are feeling a certain way, and to give yourself permission to sit in the discomfort of it, is critical to the process of change.
If you’re feeling stressed out, overwhelmed or disoriented by everything going on in your life and the world, please find support in Elizabeth’s words today.
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“It feels good to hear your goals reaffirmed, which is how I discovered this career-centric podcast. It’s intended for non-industry-specific working women, but honestly, a lot of the tips in Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin’s show can apply to everyday life. Whether it’s conflict resolution, confronting your imposter syndrome or digital detoxing, each podcast episode approaches a near-universal problem many of us face at some point in our careers. It also breaks down action plans with easy-to-remember tips. Earlier this month, this podcast explored how #MeToo affects women’s leadership in the workplace and how can you implement the lessons from the movement into your office life.”