How to Talk Back to the Voice of Doubt in Your Head

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By:Beth Flynn, Monday, June 06th, 2016
  • Identify past successes that paved the way to your current position.
  • Think about challenges you faced along the way to those successes.
  • List the specific skills and talents that allowed you to overcome past challenges.
  • Think about the resources you tapped into to learn about and get better at things you needed to succeed.
  • Think about the help you received from others as you stretched and grew.
  • Explore how your past creativity, strength, and support network could be leveraged to help you overcome your current self-doubts (p. 102)."

What are ways that you talk back to the voice of doubt in your head?

From:  Reina, D. & Reina, M. (2015).  Trust and betrayal in the workplace: building effective relationships in your organization (3rd edition).  Oakland, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.


Mon, 06/06/2016 - 9:39am -- Beth Flynn

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