The Aspiring Leader

Who You Are

You are a professional who puts a lot of efforts to do things right. A typical perfectionest. You are very good at what you do, you have a good sense of your own value and you get a reasonable amount of prasing from the community around you. Yet, you believe you are destined for more.

You want to grow, to succeed, to lead people, to climb the ladder and to rise up. You know you have what it takes, you do put efforts on your growth, but sometimes you feel you are stuck and don't know how to move forward.

Your Speaking Skills

You are not yet a leader, but you aspire to be, or perhaps you are just starting your leadership journey. value their privacy. Aspire to make the world a better place but put work as a priority, hard workers,

You speak well infront of colleagues and in meetings. You have no problem sharing your thoughts and ideas, but when it comes to delivering (non technical) speeches in front of an important audience, you hesitate a bit and you start experiencing a not so familiar type of fear that is uncomfortable for you. Although you do trust yourself and the value you bring, you do give priority to what other people might be thinking of you. Critisism could be a little difficult for you to accept, but you try to hide that. You hang-on to your streangth, and showing vulnrability feels weak for you.

You know if you have a good path to walk if you want to develope your leadership and public speaking skills, but you are not sure where to start.

What Can You Do to Improve

Remember that with your passion and dedication, you can reach anywhere you want. However, you need to set your priorities right. Tachnical growth might seem more important and recognized, and working on your mindset and communication skills might seem secondary (you are not doing so bad anyway).

However, if you want to grow and become a successful impactful leader -no matter what field you focus on- you will need to give a special focus on your communication skills. They are the key to leadership.

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The Types of Speakers

The 7 Types of Speakers

The Hidden Star

You are funny, social, pleasant to be with, and have a lot to say; but you say what you have only to your very close circle.

You talk a lot with yourself, but most of your talk is not very constructive. You have low trust in your own capabilities. You second guess yourself a lot, give priority to what other people think, and criticise yourself too often.

The Aspiring Leader

You are a professional who puts a lot of efforts to do things right. A typical perfectionest. You are very good at what you do, you have a good sense of your own value and you get a reasonable amount of prasing from the community around you. Yet, you believe you are destined for more.

You want to grow, to succeed, to lead people, to climb the ladder and to rise up. You know you have what it takes, you do put efforts on your growth, but sometimes you feel you are stuck and don't know how to move forward.

The Fighter

You are a passionate and hard working individual. You had to fight very hard to reach where you are today. You have a lot pf compassion and kindness inside of you, but you learned to hide them. Lessons from your life have taught you that you can not trust others. Hence, you walk around with a shield in front of you to protect you from potential harm, but it also hides your main essenses.

You are very busy and your schedule is full. You have no time for self communication. The only reason you would speak with yourself is to push yourself harder. You believe that life is a fight, and if you are not a winner, then you are a looser.

The Storyteller

You are a social person, funny and joyful to be with. You have no problem meeting new people and creating new relationships in any event you attend. You have a lot of passion for life and growth, but some self doubt keeps holding you back.

You do what you can to develop your skills and grow in your career without pushing yourself too hard. Some people do not take you seriously and that could hurt you sometime and lower your selfe-esteam.

The Saver

You are a responsible person. You believe that you need to take action to participate in making the world a better place. Leadership as a term doesn't attract you on it's own. You want to be a leader, an influencer for positive change.

You desire financial freedome, you aim for success, but you won't compromise yourself to reach those. You have a purpose in life and you would always put it as a priority.

The Close Circle

You are great at what you do. You are a good friend and a reliable team member.

The Seasoned Orator

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