Too often, as women, we feel we have to explain why we are successful, why we have what we have achieved, why we are justified to stand and speak in front of others. We feel we have to prove and validate our worth and right to be here. A right to be powerful and heard.
I see it in the Corporate world as a Coach. Women asking for less than their pay grade when interviewing for jobs: minimizing their overall experience: taking on more tasks without asking for more money. Al
There seems to be an obsession with making moves, especially the 'right' moves, with a fear of being left behind, or not 'appearing' to be winning.
Many compare their real life with the glossy social media 'showreels' of others, resulting in rushed commitments, or spending too much time overthinking each turn, wanting to ensure it is the 'right turn' - with quick returns, no risks, large payoffs, and zero investment. This is a fallacy! The ability to take risks, accept losse