So you finally got the big gig, you reached that long-time goal – and then the doubts and second-guessing start to creep in and wonder if you can pull it off. You are feeling the imposter syndrome.
Rachel and Gina have both felt this, and they are here to help you through it. They talk about where this feeling comes from and just how ingrained it can be. They tell about their experiences of feeling like a small fish in a big pond. But most importantly, they let you know how to get in the right mindset to know that you are just where you are supposed to be.
More about Gina
Gina Trimarco is CEO/Founder of Pivot10 Results (training and strategy company) and Carolina Improv Company (comedy club and school). She has 25+ years of experience in marketing, sales, operations and people training. Gina combines street smarts and improv comedy skills with her experience in the corporate and entrepreneurial worlds, which sets her apart from her competition. A true Chicago city girl, her much older father trained her in sales starting at the age of 10, working in flea markets.
More about Rachel
Rachel Pitts is a Mom, Realtor, Author, and Creator of The Closing Curve, a new real estate software focused on enhancing the buyer experience. With a background in show business, her motto is: Entertain. Inform. Inspire. Find Rachel on social media as TheSingingLender, at www.thesinginglender.com and www.theclosingcurve.com and pick up her book, The Gift of Wreckage on Amazon
More about Keith Walters
As Managing Principal of Walters Dev Group, LLC, Keith currently assists companies via board and advisory roles. Keith has spent more than 30 years using a strong entrepreneurial focus to lead, advise and grow very successful businesses. His focus on operational excellence brings stability into organizations he leads and guides. Through a unique management system focused on company growth and strong culture development Keith helps build businesses that are true talent magnets.
Women Your Mother Warned You About™ is a Pod About It Production.