WC 2021 Feb Paralyzed by Perfect
Confucius once said, “Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without.” Yet, why do so many women feel confined by our world’s definition of perfect? Why are we so afraid of putting something imperfect into the universe?
Perfectionism has haunted Kelsey’s personal and professional life for ever since she can remember. When she was in third grade, Kelsey’s parents went to a parent-teacher conference expecting a glowing review. Instead, her teacher expressed a deep concern: “Kelsey spends too much time perfecting every assignment. This behavior could profoundly impact her education and may keep her from reaching her full potential.”
From that day forward, Kelsey’s teachers and parents worked diligently to help her overcome her fear of failure while still pursuing excellence. She has learned simple strategies that have helped her in her personal and professional journey. Kelsey’s goal is to motivate women to overcome their fear of failure as they strive for excellence.
This month's presenter:
Kelsey Joy Buell
Kelsey Joy LLC
In this workshop, you will learn some easy steps to:
- Overcome a fear of failure
- Create your own definition of perfection
- Design your own imperfect story
- Add a rhythm to your perfect
About the presenter
Kelsey is a risk-taker and socially poised team builder who is not afraid to color outside the lines. Kelsey has successfully delivered many almost perfect musical performances for thousands of people. She has given over 200 presentations on networking skills, communication strategies, and behavioral assessments. She has a strong passion for developing people, and owns her own training and consulting company.
Chamber members $20 | Non-members $40
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