#15: Know Yourself to Grow Yourself with Virginia Gronley

Have you ever been super confused about your identity? I remember a very specific time in my life when I was super confident that I had figured out everything there is to know about myself.

It’s honestly almost laughable now, because now I know that you can never ever know everything there is to know about yourself! Because you are always changing and evolving, and that’s the beautiful thing about being human, isn't it?

When I decided that I knew everything about who I was, I stopped growing.

It took me years to realize that the reason I was so miserable was because I had completely lost touch with who I was. My sense of identity was completely out of date. It was old and was overdue for an update.

When I re-committed to figuring out who I was, I was shocked at how much I had changed over the short few years. And as soon as I finally realized that I can never stop learning about myself, my growth skyrocketed.

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So when Virginia Gronley told me that she strongly believes in the Law of Awareness - in order to grow yourself, you must know yourself - I knew it was imperative that I have her on the podcast!

Virginia is a leadership speaker, coach and trainer and her mission is to help individuals, teams and businesses develop their leadership skills. She has worked in the leadership world for over 20 years and has led over 100 training events helping individuals, teams and businesses maximize potential, enhance engagement, performance and productivity.

I know that you are going to love this episode! And when you're done listening, be sure to take a screenshot and tag me (@miriambuttu) and Virginia (@virginiagronley) on Instagram and let us know what you think!

 

Links Mentioned in this Episode

Miriam's email address (to learn more about the Career Clarity Accelerator Program): INFO@MIRIAMBUTTU.COM

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