Austin Jewish Business Network | Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Appreciating Your Gifts
April 21 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Speaker: Jennie Loev, Executive and Career Coach
TOPIC – Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Appreciating Your Gifts
Imposter syndrome, the anxious and vulnerable feeling that you’ll be “found out” because you’re not as smart, talented, and capable as others think you are, is both common and limiting. I want you to leave this presentation recognizing that the story you’re telling yourself about who you are is just that, a story. During this talk, we’ll discuss different types of imposter syndrome, ways to cope with your feelings of insecurity and self-doubt, and how to move forward with an appreciation of your unique talents and gifts.
Jennie Loev, Principal of JLoev Consulting, is passionate about helping people. She founded JLoev Consulting in order to use the talents, skills, and natural abilities she developed over decades of working with and for businesses of various sizes, industries, and cultures.
Photo Credit: Doc List
The Austin Jewish Business Network (AJBN) is Austin’s oldest Jewish Business Networking group, formed in 1988. We are the key to cultivating: Referrals, Business Relationships, Contacts, Knowledge, Employees, Clients, Jobs, Friends, Special Offers, and More! All Jews, those partnered with Jews and/or members of the JCC, are welcome. People in all fields, professions, those hiring, and those are looking for work, people providing services, entrepreneurs, those who work for others, those new in town or who have been living here, those interested in meeting new people, etc.. There is no cost to join or attend. AJBN encourages you to share ideas, wins, requests, encouragement, opportunities, and connections and to invite your friends to join. Our monthly meetings are currently held via Zoom on the third Wed. monthly from 7-8:30pm. There are opportunities to meet each other, promote our businesses, job openings, employment needs, etc. Additionally, we have timely speakers.
Questions or to volunteer to speak: Jody Lockshin, Jody@HabitatHunters.com