Introverts and Self-Sabotage in the Corporate World—Jennifer Marcou
Welcome to another episode of The LeaveBetter Podcast where I interview high performers and business owners to glean from their wisdom and practical routines, habits, and mindsets— that you can apply to your own life.
Sometimes, rather than an interview, I riff on a particular self-sabotaging habit and it’s remedies.
In this episode, we are pleased to have Jennifer Marcou—Jennifer is a leadership coach who helps emerging leaders find and use their voice scale, their leadership, and then find confidence and happiness at work.
She says, “It takes more than doing great work to be successful finding and using your voice, leveraging your strengths and obtaining balance can help you create success and realize joy at work.”
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In this episode, Jennifer and I talk about the challenges of being an introvert in a corporate world, self-sabotaging mindsets, things to pay attention to. Enjoy!
[00:02:21] Introducing Jennifer Marcou
[00:05:20] Self-Sabotaging Mindset: Avoiding Conflict
[00:08:31] Self-Sabotaging Mindset: Not Being Yourself
[00:13:56] Figure Out Who Your Audience is-be Customer Focused
[00:18:29] Reach Down and Help Those Beneath You
[00:22:20] Playing Big
[00:25:52] Trust Yourself
[00:29:15] How to Find Jennifer
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