Many times in life we do everything within our power to achieve our goal, whether that be a new job, to bring pride to others or ourselves, and to finally get over that hurdle our mental health has been lately. It’s easy to forget how far you’ve come when you see how far you still have left to go, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate your accomplishments now.
In this episode, Sarah Elkins and her good friend Megan Miller discuss the importance of allowing yourself to change and to celebrate every victory, no matter how small, because those victories are proof of your success.
Sharing vulnerable personal information without any intention doesn’t help you. Sometimes you don’t notice how much things change until you step back or get an outside perspective. Celebrate the wins. You get out what you put in.
It’s soul, it’s about how you do it and why you do it. The advice we give a lot of the time is advice we need to hear at that point in time.
About Megan: Megan Miller is the CEO of Aprovechar Language Solutions, LLC, a company that acts as a bridge between English and Spanish language learners. Her personalized and small group programs take a habit-based approach, and whether it’s in class or a Book Club – you know you’ll have fun! She also helps IT companies in Latin America and Europe tell their stories for a U.S.-based audience through translation and localization projects. Megan has a Bachelor’s in Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture and is certified to Teach English as a Foreign Language. Check out her Instagram and LinkedIn! As well as her website, Approvechar Language Solutions!
Mentioned in this Podcast TEDx on Imposter Syndrome by Melissa Hughes