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Discover practical strategies to stop overthinking, say no gracefully, and overcome imposter syndrome... today.

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Discover practical strategies to stop overthinking, say no gracefully, and overcome imposter syndrome... today.

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Overcome Overthinking

Overthinking every little detail and decision can become draining – fast. From sleepless nights due to racing thoughts or self-deprecating talk that affects your mood.

It is possible to find freedom from the cycle of second-guessing and overanalyzing that plagues you. That’s where my new LinkedIn Learning course, Overcome Overthinking, comes in. 

Inside this course you’ll learn proven techniques that will rewire your brain and help you…

Learning to Say No with Confidence and Grace

Ever worry that saying “no” will cause colleagues to resent and dislike you? You’re not alone. Many Sensitive Strivers face this dilemma. Because when you’re a high-achiever, you don’t want to look like a failure or let anyone down.

But after ten years coaching high-performers, I can tell you that saying no is one of the most important skills you can develop. In my LinkedIn Learning course, Learning To Say No With Confidence And Grace, you’ll discover how to: 

Find Freedom from Imposter Syndrome

Sensitive Strivers struggle with feelings of imposter syndrome – feeling like a fake of a fraud at work – more than most.

Why? Because research shows that sensitive people are more highly attuned to their own thoughts and feelings as well as the reactions of others.

But there is a way out. Six ways, in fact. The Find Freedom From Imposter Syndrome course outlines six research-backed strategies that will help you…

"I now have tools that increased my happiness, calm, and mastery of situations"

This course helped me successfully shift my mindset several times a day. Instead of going into my pre-programmed negative spiral of “I am wrong” or “I am not enough,” I now have tools that have increased my happiness, sense of calm, and mastery of situations, instead of allowing past patterns to take over.

– L.K., Course Participant

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