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On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Podcast we are discussing authenticity. Nicole Jansen is joining us to talk about how to avoid the “Imposter Syndrome” that most or all of us have felt at one time or another.
Over the past 30 years, Nicole has empowered thousands of entrepreneurs to transform their ideas into a highly profitable and rewarding business. One that is fueled by their God-given strengths and passion, aligns with their values, and allows them to make a lasting impact in their community.
Her clients span 5 continents and range from start-up entrepreneurs to industry leaders looking to expand and take their business to the next level and beyond. She is a Business Breakthrough Coach, Human Behavior Specialist, and Host of the Leaders of Transformation podcast.
Do you ever feel like an imposter in your field? Most or all of us have at some point. Tune in to hear Nicole Jensen share her ideas about how to be real, credible and present with your audience. Click to tweet
Today Nicole will talk about her journey to the podium and how to stay true to yourself and your audience.
Listen the podcast below:
Highlights you won’t want to miss:
- Where does the Imposter Syndrome come from? [5:55]
- Flipping the switch. [10:50]
- How to balance being credible with being authentic. [15:40]
- Being present. [22:35]
- Shoring up your confidence. [34:00]
- Self-worth. [45:15]
If you are looking for tips on how to be your most authentic self, connect with your audience and boost your credibility, you can’t afford to miss this episode!
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