Do You Want to be Successful?
Then, get clear on your thoughts around self-promotion.
A few weeks ago, I put up a poll on LinkedIn, and I was pleasantly surprised at the results:
I know I used to (and still sometimes) have a problem with people who were open to sharing their success.
I used to tell myself stories about how they were ‘too much.’
I still procrastinate on sharing my wins, cringing when I am about to click post because I didn’t want people to tell me I am showing off.
How we respond or react to others is usually a reflection of how we think about ourselves.
If I hadn’t gotten more comfortable sharing my wins, I would not have been able to:
- Lead teams and influence others
- Land fantastic opportunities and jobs through LinkedIn
- Network and turn conversations into business without physically meeting clients
- Host over ten #IamRemarkable Sessions for over 100 participants in person and virtually
- Post this blog post
Self-promotion is a crucial skill, especially in this online world we live in.
QUESTION TO ASK YOURSELF
What opportunities have you missed out on because you were not comfortable sharing your wins?
YOUR TAKEAWAY #IamRemarkable THOUGHT
It isn’t bragging if it is based on facts.
Work through the uncomfortableness; your wallet and that other human you will inspire will thank you.
Please share this post with someone you think might benefit from putting themselves out there.
GET STARTED by permitting yourself to share your awesomeness with the world by downloading this resource. You will miss out on life, $$, and relationships by holding yourself back.
LEARN more about my LinkedIn strategy by signing up (LINK) for my free 2-hour LinkedIn Masterclass, where I share the exact steps I took to up-level my LinkedIn to increase my engagement and network.
BOOK me to share the FREE #IamRemarkable experience with your community or team and gain freedom from holding yourself back. To book a free workshop, click here.
This is my Week #26 2020 Newsletter Update. If you want to receive my newsletter focused on leadership and life, sign up here.
Leave a comment