My experience of building a personal brand as a highly sensitive person
In a change of pace this week, I’m going to share my own recent personal experiences. This has been a challenging time and it isn’t even (solely) related to the pandemic and other global issues!
However, the thought processes I’ve gone through will play into the rest of this month’s podcast episodes, which are all about going deep in order to develop your own personal, values-based positioning. To get things started I’m going to share my own experiences of feeling overwhelmed and swamped by the noise of everyday life, and the ways in which I cope, both personally and professionally.
I hope this episode of the podcast brings some comfort to you if you find yourself feeling anxious, frustrated or jumpy. These are not simple times, nor is running a business a simple career choice. And if you do know someone who you think might be experiencing their own discomfort, please share it with them so they know they are not alone.
What You’ll Learn From This Episode:
- What does it mean to be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)?
- What it feels like when the world is overwhelming.
- The things I do to cope - including stepping away from certain aspects of the online world!
- How offering self-compassion has changed the way that I will provide support to clients.
- Why I’m developing my thought-leadership brand through an understanding of my values and the things which are deeply important to me.
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