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Preparing For a TEDx Talk

Posted by Elizabeth Lombardo on April 15, 2019

What was it like to give a TEDx talk? Personally, it was quite an experience. This is actually my second TEDx talk. The first one was on 11/11/11. How I came out to be on that stage is actually a pretty funny story.While I was aware of TED (the main stage) and had watched several TED talks over the years (personally, I had watched Tony Robbin’s TED talk multiple times), I had never even heard
“The beauty of the Impostor Syndrome is you vacillate between extreme egomania and a complete feeling of ‘I’m a fraud! Oh God, they’re on to me! I’m a fraud!’ So, you just try to ride the egomania when it comes and enjoy it, and then slide through the idea of fraud.” — Tina Fey“I still doubt myself every single day. What people believe is my self-confidence is actually my reaction to fear.” — Will SmithCan
True Success is about more than achieving your goals, climbing up the professional ladder, making more money or having a grander title. It is about enjoying the process as well as the rewards.In my private concierge coaching practice, I work with people who are successful on paper. They include executives and celebrities, public figures who seem to have it all.And yet, I can tell you that when these individuals don’t apply the True Success Formula,
It is OK not to be OK.In our society of social media and filters, we often portray the image that, “My life is perfect,” and feel embarrassed when it is not.Of course, no life is perfect. In my concierge coaching practice, I work with executives, celebrities and professional athletes who seem to “have it all.” And, even they are human. Even they struggle with anxiety, depressed moods, and difficulties moving past tribulations and traumas. It
How you view yourself and, on a deeper level, your sense of self-worth, impact every single interaction you have in this world. It also controls your thoughts, perceptions and reactions. Your self-worth, in a sense, controls your life. And most of the time, we have no idea.Self-worth can be conditional or unconditional. Conditional self-worth means, “I believe in myself IF…” For example, “I believe in myself if…”“… I look a certain way.”“… I have a


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