Leadership & Business Adviser to CEOs and other high-visibility leaders
In This Episode
Have you ever felt like you don’t get enough acknowledgement from your peers or industry?
In this episode, I will be talking about publicly letting yourself own and acknowledge your accomplishments and successes. Why it is crucial for your journey and how it helps you serve others better.
Let’s dive into this episode and learn more about acknowledging and owning your success.
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EPISODE SHOW NOTES
[00:01 – 05:39] Opening Segment
I wish everyone a safe and warm holiday season, especially in this pandemic.
I Introduce the topic of the day.
How some successful women do not get the acknowledgement that they need and want.
Owning your successes publicly.
[05:40 – 10:29] Owning your Success Publicly
Have you owned your successes enough?
A lot of women do not acknowledge their accomplishments publicly
I share the story about my issue with acknowledgment
Growing up being a people pleaser
Acknowledging your accomplishments is relevant to what you are aiming for
It is an important aspect of your journey to becoming
The issue of acknowledgment amongst women comes out more often than we think
The acknowledgment also helps me to help others who need me
I share why we have to take ownership of our own acknowledgment
Speak up about your accomplishments, tools, and gifts that you bring to the table
You do not have to rely on a mentor to be your bridge
Let your work and worth speak for themselves
I talk about owning your own success and acknowledging it on your platform
[10:30 – 14:14] The Shift
Just because you shift your life trajectory, whether it’s your roles or niche, you do not have to start from the bottom
It is also important to talk about what you have done before
When you acknowledge your skills and accomplishments, it will allow other people to know more about you and how you could actually help them
Even when you are in a new environment
It really depends on our voice to let ourselves shine
[14:15 – 17:01] Closing Segment
When you position yourself the way you want people to perceive you, it will make a significant difference
Reach out to me and let me know if you have been there, what have you struggled with when it comes to owning your successes publicly in a bigger and more powerful way
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“Acknowledging your accomplishments is relevant to what you are aiming for, and is an important aspect of your journey.” – Keisha Shields
“When you position yourself in the way you want people to perceive you, it will make a significant difference.” – Keisha Shields
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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.