You can never say – or hear – ‘thank you’ enough, and that hit home for me on October 25th when I had the honor of running the 40th Marine Corps Marathon in Washington DC.
How can we tell for sure if we’re HyperCompetent? Are there different types of this phenomenon?
We leaders, especially modern women professionals, need a new way to be in the world. Many of us are hyper-competent. We are hyper-productive. We are hyper-accountable. We try to do it all, everything we expect of ourselves and most of what we imagine others expect from us.
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The search for ‘more’ led me on a brand new path – building a business from the ground up in a field foreign to me. The biggest push was born from a fear of regret
By the time I added “trying to keep up with an active dog, active nieces and nephews, and be present in their lives”, the doctor herself looked tired.
Yes, life may change you, and you should never stop allowing it to. However, never ever doubt for a second that you are not exactly where you are meant to, and need to be.
Once these thoughts of self-doubt and fear come into our head, it’s hard to get rid of them. They manifest into other areas of our lives and before too long, we’re deep in a funk.
No one ever promised us life would be fair. Disappointments are an unavoidable part of life, although sometimes it feels like we’re getting more than our share.
It doesn’t only sadden me, it breaks my heart to see beautiful intelligent women who had a magnificent past, full of struggles and triumphs, with capabilities that would have taken them around the world, to choose to give up on who they once were and just “go” with reality. Read on and learn to cling to who you really are with contributor Aya Radwan.