Stories of Survival
August 18, 2020
(and silencing the inner critic)
In this episode I talk to Marisa Santoro – a former Wall Street IT executive, now a career leadership trainer and professional career coach – about Imposter Syndrome, a limiting belief that causes you to think your success has been some kinds of happy accident and that you’ll soon be found out.
Marisa shares tangible ways you can be your authentic self while silencing the inner critic.
Guest Info Show Notes
Marisa Santoro is a career leadership trainer and professional career coach. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, she worked on Wall Street as tech executive before pivoting from a corporate career of over 21 years to launch In Our Shoes™ - a professional development training and coaching practice.
She is the creator of The Gutsy Leadership System™ and Gutsy Leadership Academy™, an online leadership school which promotes a global community for professionals to share their same struggles in a trusted safe environment
She’s an honoree of the “Women of Influence” award by New York Business Journals for her years of coaching professionals in the workplace, and is a national career columnist for American Business Journals.” Marisa is also a TEDx speaker and is currently working on a book project about leading with intention.
Marisa resides in New Jersey with her fiancée Vince and her two children.
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