How to Cultivate a Nonstop Success Mentality in the Face of Change
It’s human nature to want to be cozy and comfortable. When we confront the big shifts of returning to work, seeking a career redirection, getting promoted, or moving into leadership, it’s natural for fears and doubts to arise, especially when you encounter setbacks, delays, and disappointments. You may be saying to yourself:
- “Am I good enough?”
- “Will a company ever hire me?”
- “Wow, Other people seem so much more qualified than me.”
Learn pragmatic the strategic perspectives, psychological tools, and micro-shifts of your body that will help you develop a non-stop success mentality.
- Discover how to harness the power of your mind as a forward moving force for good as you seek new work, go for a promotion, or shift into a new role
- Learn quick-acting, easy hacks to shift out of fear, doubt, frustration, despair, or any other difficult emotion
- Create your own repertoire of strategies to keep moving forward in your job search or career elevating move with greater ease and inspiration.
Learn to use the three minds that we all have — the negative, the positive, and the neutral — along with your body’s wisdom, to keep going, even when the going seems tough.
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About the Presenter
Since 2001, Dr. Susan Bernstein has helped existing and emerging leaders navigate through change, uncertainty, and conflict so they thrive. Through her executive coaching, her clients gain strategic perspective and psychological insights to elevate their leadership, build stronger relationships, and make a greater impact in the world. Before launching her coaching practice, Susan held demanding leadership roles at Franklin-Covey, Intel, and Accenture. She earned an MBA at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a Ph.D. in Somatic Psychology at the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute. You’ll find Susan’s thought leadership in Fast Company, The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, and Psychology Today. Connect with Susan at DrSusanBernstein.com.