Feb 28, 2020
Clawing your way out of a dark headspace is incredibly hard, especially when the voice of your inner critic is constantly telling you not to, and that this is the way it’ll always be. So why even try? The only way to make it to the light at the end of the tunnel is to tell that voice to shut the hell up!
Welcome to The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, a candid and revealing series that follows Ronsley Vaz and his guests, as they strive to unravel the inner workings of the entrepreneurial mind and explain why even the most successful among us experience Imposter Syndrome.
If you are someone who is holding back, feeling unworthy of your success or questioning your competency as a professional, this podcast is for you.
Melissa Ambrosini was at her rock bottom. She was in and out of the hospital for strange medical issues and suffered from chronic fatigue, all while living on a pull-away cot at a friend’s house. She felt low and worthless, and didn’t know how to feel otherwise. It didn’t help that her inner mean girl, that inner critical voice we all have, was constantly telling her it was too hard to make any changes.
Fast forward to today, where Melissa is now a sought-after speaker, teacher, life coach, best-selling author and host of the top-rated podcast The Melissa Ambrosini Show. Her incredibly insightful TEDx Talk covers the system she uses to silence her inner critic. Her first book, Mastering Your Mean Girl, is focused on this as well.
In this volume of Psychology of Entrepreneurship, Ronsley and Melissa discuss Melissa’s journey on changing her life and how acknowledging her inner mean girl started the whole process. They talk about how discovering your true self and silencing your inner critic makes you available to others, in ways that can be more rewarding than you ever imagined.
Also within this volume:
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay - The book that changed Melissa’s life
Open Wide Book