How Your Self Image Drives Your Personal Outcomes


Date and Time
Monday, September 19, 2022
6:00pm— 7:00pm
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David Rittner
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Lisa Whitney Sharon McCarthy Benjamin Brandes Sarah Koon Linda Horne Frank Gao Steven Kirkpatrick Jacky Chen ken Stern Julie Price Avinash Chugh Mary Harper Erica Seidel Steven Berry Alison Magruder Hoi Ning Ngai Patricia Severance Rob Veling Jesse Friedlander Taran Bae Christine Fuchs Vishal Sharma Shane Arnold Susan DeMarre Jose Guerola Amy Kaser Mark Carbeau Verdere Philpot Jeanne Blauner Chris Gaebler david almeda Ozge Saritosun Kurtoglu Catherine Kennedy Andrew Carey caesar sodre Michael Simons Julian Albornoz Michal Benedykcinski Chayan Chatterjee Cesar Hurtado Jessica Yen Robert Petrelli Kenneth Davis Hardik Patel Rita Cramer James Feldkamp Sidney Klawansky joan carpenter
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Have you ever thought, “I can do better than this!” Have you ever asked yourself, “Would I hire myself” for that dream job? Even the most respected and accomplished people have thought that their results fell short of what they could have been. But did it ever occur to you that your self-image—how you view yourself—may be holding you back? “Self-image sets the boundaries of individual accomplishment.” Maxwell Maltz Most people try to change external circumstances. But to change the results you get, you must first focus on improving your internal view of yourself—what you see as your strengths and weaknesses and capabilities, and how you deal with a variety of situations.

This presentation will examine in detail:

  • How your self-image influences your behavior
  • How to adjust it; and ultimately
  • How to achieve the results you want in your career and your life

No cost to attend but RSVP in advance to receive access information. 

Stephanie Hessler is a Performance and Mindset Coach. She helps high-achieving leaders who want to rapidly advance their careers and create a vision others want to follow, but are tired of playing small. Therefore, Stephanie guides her clients through a transformational coaching journey called the BLISS Accelerator to turn their goals and dreams into reality. Previously, she worked in the investment business, including on Wall Street, for sixteen years. She earned her MBA at The Wharton School and her BA at Wellesley College.

Contact: [email protected]


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