Make it Real Podcast - guest Sarah Archer

Sarah Archer is a career coach who is passionate about helping people with change, growth and confidence.

Her insights apply to business owners – because she talks about taking an activist approach to your journey – shaping your success in a way that works for you.

We talk about the need for finding your why and how tricky that is to articulate – and why!

We talk about building confidence muscles and having a very real hope and optimism as part of your confidence growth. We even talk about the ‘hedonistic treadmill’..

We talked about

Figuring out your values

Career Activism

Getting off the ‘Hedonistic Treadmill’

Thinking beyond what and how

Feeling and rational thought

Being your own PR person

4 elements of Career Confidence

Positive Psychology – Eudaimonic view

Resources mentioned

Sarah’s 5-day ‘Career Success Challenge’ starting 21st September

Sarah’s articles on Confidence here and here

Hedonic Treadmill article – Psychologists Brickman and Campbell

Connecting with the guest

LinkedIn

Website  

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About the author 

Trisha Lewis

Highly intuitive coach and natural communicator. Pulling on background as a professional actor, speaker and facilitator - plus the academic underpinning in all things communication. My mission is to show every individual wanting to succeed in business - employed or self-employed - that they can do this as themselves - they can have impact without selling their soul - from a conversation to a presentation.

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