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Conversations during the call
00:00:36 Kelley Jabr: Hello! (Sorry, eating a snack real quick lol)
00:04:47 Belma McCaffrey: Excited and productive
00:04:48 Hannah Andersen: hungry, rushed
00:04:50 Kelley Jabr: Excited & anxious
00:04:55 ada chen: Surprised, ready
00:04:58 Stacey Rice: Hopeful, productive
00:04:59 Kellie Burdg: Anxious and uncertain
00:05:01 Elizabeth Evans: Cautious & optimistic
00:05:02 Tess Anajovich: tired, optimistic
00:05:05 Debbie Duncan: Overwhelmed and tied
00:05:06 Sandy Cooke: Eager and Hopeful
00:05:06 Alexandra Vucetic: anxious; tired
00:05:07 Debbie Duncan: tired
00:05:10 Dana Wakeley: Distracted, Open
00:05:10 Erin Glass: hopeful, excited
00:05:15 Alison Barsan: Excited and anxious
00:05:17 Jennifer Janes: Hopeful stuck
00:05:18 Aleta Williams: Hopeful and Ready
00:05:19 Brittany Burns: Bummed, hopeful
00:05:25 Rebecca Ulisse: Curious and busy
00:05:27 Belina Pignataro: driven and anxious
00:07:05 Belma McCaffrey: When was the last time you experienced self doubt? Is self doubt present for you right now?
00:07:11 Belma McCaffrey: What are the thoughts that are present when you’re feeling self doubt?
00:07:18 Belma McCaffrey: What are the actions that you take?
00:11:10 Belma McCaffrey: What would you like instead? How do you want to feel?
00:11:18 Belma McCaffrey: Name a time you felt confident
00:11:25 Belma McCaffrey: What were your thoughts, feelings then?
00:11:32 Belma McCaffrey: What allowed you to step into that place of confidence?
00:15:22 Belma McCaffrey: What’s bubbling up for you?
Is there an action you feel called to take to build your confidence moving forward
00:17:55 Hannah Andersen: I’m good
00:18:01 Sandy Cooke: I’m good too
00:19:33 Erin Glass: How does this work?
00:42:13 Ellen Guthrie: There’s a great book called “How Women Rise” (http://www.howwomenrise.com/) that talks a lot about what to do if you feel like you have to know everything before making a decision (habit #3 Overvaluing Expertise).
00:42:32 Alexandra Vucetic: TY, Ellen!
00:43:32 Aleta Williams: I love that…expert at nothing
00:44:56 Dana Wakeley: I resonate with feeling self-doubt when I don’t have a enough information and giving myself permission to ask questions before committing to getting involved
00:46:52 Kate Barney: Analysis paralysis!
00:48:07 Kelley Jabr: If you can use it as an opportunity to check in with your intuition, then maybe it can be helpful — as long as you don’t let yourself get overcome with self doubt.
00:48:47 Brittany Burns: Could it also be learned comparison between you and then expectations from others?
00:48:59 Kelley Jabr: I agree, Brittany
00:49:02 Stacey Rice: I don’t know about anyone else, but often when I feel confident something comes a long to knock me down a peg. That really makes me question a lot of what I do.
00:49:10 Ellen Guthrie: Yes, Kelley! INTUITION is so key.
00:49:44 Erin Glass: That’s great.
00:51:14 Sandy Cooke: Me too Hannah!
00:51:36 Jennifer Janes: Yes, Hannah! Stress and negative self talk is a killer of creativity!
00:55:28 Kalena Michalec: Yes! I feel that.
01:00:08 Rebecca Ulisse: I have to run to a 1pm meeting, but wanted to say thank you to all for your insights, it’s very helpful!
01:00:44 Sandy Cooke: Alexandra-I can totally identify with your situation and yes it can cause a type of PTSD
01:00:54 Hannah Andersen: 100%
01:00:56 Stacey Rice: Yes, Alexandra! Same here!
01:03:06 Erin Bordelon: re processing Trauma and working on moving through PTSD, I have had great personal experience with EMDR therapy. I have to jump off, but thank you all for holding space & sharing today!
01:03:24 Belma McCaffrey: Thank you Erin!
01:03:53 Sandy Cooke: Erin-I have had good experience with EMDR too!
01:04:36 Craig Pais: The Body Keeps the Score is an amazing book on healing trauma and has some discussion on EMDR.
01:04:54 Debbie Duncan: That is an amazing book!
01:04:54 Sandy Cooke: Yes! a great read
01:04:58 Kelley Jabr: Thank you Craig! I need to get that book asap
01:05:35 ada chen: I’ve read excerpts, but totally need to read the whole book!
01:05:35 Alexandra Vucetic: I’ll need to read! Thanks for sharing, Craig. All, I’m really sorry, I have to jump too — thank you for your perspective!
01:06:03 Hannah Andersen: Wow! Great point, Alison!
01:07:19 Ellen Guthrie: I went from farmer to data analyst – YOU ARE CAPABLE.
01:08:26 Aleta Williams: That’s good Craig…test the waters
01:09:43 Kalena Michalec: Yes Craig! That was beautiful.
01:11:33 Alison Barsan: I need to start doing that, writing down ALL my wins! So I get validation from myself and for myself…the most important person!
01:13:07 Jennifer Janes: Sometimes we are all we have.
01:13:28 Stacey Rice: Me too, Elizabeth!
01:13:46 Debbie Duncan: I am not a perfectionist.
01:14:35 Stacey Rice: I don’t see myself as a perfectionist either. I like how you are an achiever, Brittany.
01:15:07 Alison Barsan: Where will I find the “Strength Finder” assessment?
01:15:49 Alison Barsan: Thank you!
01:15:56 Brittany Burns: Ahh, thanks @Stacey
01:16:22 Ellen Guthrie: I need to hop off, but thanks for the discussion everyone! Very insightful 🙂
01:18:14 Aleta Williams: Good suggestion Hannah
01:19:33 Belma McCaffrey: What do you need to step into your confidence?
01:19:35 Belma McCaffrey: What’s one thing you want to take from this call today? What do you feel called to put into action?
01:23:51 Hannah Andersen: Belma, where is that?
01:24:27 Elizabeth Evans: @Hannah, I made a post in Facebook yesterday
01:25:10 Hannah Andersen: Thanks Elizabeth!
01:25:12 Kalena Michalec: I’m right there with you, Brittany.
01:25:32 Kellie Burdg: Me too.
01:26:04 Belma McCaffrey: https://www.facebook.com/groups/workbiggercommunity/permalink/797028827572876/ Job search post!
01:29:40 Dana Wakeley: Stephanie, in the meantime while you look to find a new role, you may find the DiSC communication tool helpful, as you navigate working with that person that has a very different working style from you. Happy to share more info if interested!
01:32:22 Hannah Andersen: This was amazing! Thank you all!
01:32:28 Stacey Rice: Thank you! So much! Good to connect. 🙂
01:32:29 Jennifer Janes: Thank you!!
01:32:34 Alison Barsan: Thank you!!!
01:32:36 Debbie Duncan: thank you!
01:32:36 Dana Wakeley: Thank you all! 🙂
01:32:44 Brittany Burns: Thank you for the awesome advice!
01:32:44 Kalena Michalec: Thank you, everyone! Thanks, Belma 🙂
01:32:51 Sandy Cooke: Thanks all, appreciate all your comments!
01:32:52 Kelley Jabr: Thank you everyone! This was such a great session. 🙂
01:32:53 Aleta Williams: Thanks Everyone