Leadership & Business Adviser to CEOs and other high-visibility leaders
“Trauma, Insecurity, Fear, and Frustration plays a big role in stopping you from raising your profile.
In this episode, I will be talking about some barriers to raising your profile into high visibility. If you have not checked out the previous episodes, I encourage you to go back and take a listen, as we talked about high profile visibility, raising your profile and how and why we should focus on that in these next several seasons.
Let’s dive into this episode and learn more about the barriers in life that could hold you from shifting into high profile visibility.
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EPISODE SHOW NOTES
[00:01 – 04:44] Opening Segment
I talk about the topic of this week’s episode.
Barriers to high profile intentional visibility
The social-emotional barriers that can affect your finances.
Trauma, Insecurity, Fear, and Frustration
The TIFFs can keep you in comparison mode.
[04:45 – 17:59] The Childhood Trauma
I talk about the childhood experience that could cause you TIFFs.
Physical and verbal abuse
This could affect your relationship even as an adult.
The psychological and emotional trauma of religion.
Strict and stringent beliefs that do not allow you to grow.
Witness the abuse of power
Religion as a compliance tool against you.
I talk about one of my old episodes where I talked about boldly blending your faith and business.
Experiencing poverty or not being prioritized financially.
Maybe you experienced money was being withheld from you.
Being ignored and disregarded.
Lack of emotional and psychological safety.
Dealing with death or chronic illness at an early age.
[18:00 – 22:50] Lack of Emotional and Psychological Safety
We tend to isolate ourselves from family, friends, and things that we enjoy.
Make you not feel secure in your decisions and response.
The fear of judgment.
I talk about the benefits of therapy.
When you are ready to raise your profile, I suggest you seek out help from a coach and consultant.
Once you acknowledge the barriers, you can navigate yourself into high profile visibility
Freedom to create your own expertise and to build your career around the things that actually matter to you.
[22:51 – 25:57] Closing Segment
I talk about the importance of finding a coach to build your profile and elevate your visibility.
If you are ready to shift and raise your profile, you can reach out to us at email@example.com, and let’s talk about how we might be able to help you.
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“When we lack emotional and psychological safety, we often deal with isolation from our friends and things that matter to us .” – Keisha Shields.
“Once you acknowledge the barriers, you can navigate yourself into high profile visibility.” – Keisha Shields.
“Let’s not let those TIFFs stop you from making the wealth, having the impact and influence that you want.” – Keisha Shields.
If you are a highly driven leader, ready to amplify your world, and overcome the impact of being silenced, visit https://keishashields.com/hire to work with me one on one or find more information on how to bring meaning to your company or organization to help support your women leaders.
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ABOUT KEISHA SHIELDS
As the creator of She Will Not Be Silenced™, Keisha Shields specializes in how stigmas, stereotypes, grief and other people’s opinions can keep high-achieving women from using their voice to build the legacy, success and wealth they actually want, on their terms.
Keisha is the executive and leadership adviser that women turn to when they need to find their voices in and out of the workplace and boardroom, break through the glass ceiling and turn their story into million-dollar messages.
Keisha shows women how to finally let go of other people’s expectations of what their life and career should be and how to show up authentically in every way, with zero apologies.