Overcoming imposter syndrome: to create massive career success is something Melissa Sassi – Chief Penguin, Entrepreneur & Student Experience at IBM knows a lot about.
In this episode Melissa explains her problem with imposter syndrome despite massive success in her career.
She regularly speaks on panels at the UN and within other global organisations. Despite all this success she still feels like an imposter at times. This is very common with successful people and fortunately thanks to her inner work and guidance from her good friend at Microsoft Dona Sarkar.
She tells us the story of when she managed to tell the most amazing story at the UN panel and sharing her secret sauce, she managed to share this story and despite not having loads of statistics the feedback was amazing and it was the most impactful part of the day for many of the listeners.
People paid attention and this was a good sign for Melissa and the success of
her talk. She had ministers approach her and say how amazing her talk was.
They asked her how they could work with her and the secret sauce she has made this happen her superpower was key to this.
Being loud and proud, she wasn’t an imposter on that stage despite her feeling like that at the beginning.
If you want to get Mel then find her on all social media channels as Melissa Sassi – Chief Penguin at IBM.