During the last couple months of ‘confined’ living, we have all been faced with some challenges in our Biz-Niz and beyond. The online communication world has been buzzing. We are now talking and making money through cables and screens. Working From Home = WFH is the thing now! How are you managing? Getting ‘zoomed out’? Feeling overwhelmed? Tired of doing business in your PJ’s? I know, I have said yes to all of them!
And have you noticed how many interviews, webinairs and chat shows there are? And now, perhaps as a result of this abundance, I am also receiving calls saying: “I was awful right? I could have said, I should have mentioned, I looked terrible…etc etc” That is what I call the self-sabotage sessions! Time to learn How To Be Professional – Not Perfect!
-Being a professional woman, I function best when I don’t distinguish between work and play – Christine Saralegui
Online advice abounds and it starts with – be yourself and ends up with comparisons and replicating ‘the girl next door’. Believe me it is not only other people that assume, presume and judge – we do it too and often to ourselves. So let’s jump out of the crinkly skin and try a different approach and learn How To Be Professional – Not Perfect!. I want to offer Three Steps to show a professional style, a competent attitude and expert look that will bring out the best in you.
-Stop shrinking to fit places you’ve outgrown – Furaha Joyce
A professional focuses on confidence rather than seeking to be impeccably perfect – And the secret lies in a combination of attitude and knowledge.
- Be an authority on your topic, an expert in your field or on top of your game. It’s all the same. Know your stuff!
- If your mistakes bother you, change your approach and attitude towards making mistakes. Don’t repeat them, learn and don’t beat yourself up if you make mistakes. Behave like a mensch! Own them and own up to them.
- Take actions on the new learning, the revised mistake, the next move. Take action – always.
The formula is: Learning – Action – Making Mistakes – More Learning – Some Action – Different Mistakes.
-Learning never exhausts the mind – Leonardo Da Vinci
During these last months, I have received many questions about creating videos. Many wanting feedback and asking, ‘Do I look professional?’ ‘How does my voice sound?’ ‘Do you get what I am saying, is it clear?’ And the first thing I ask is: Do you want to be professional or perfect?’
Pop onto my coaching package page and check out the option about speaking confidently on video. https://georgiavarjas.com/work-with-me/
And book a FREE discovery call to see what it is you want to achieve next!
Have an inspiring and creative week!