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This is the first thing to do when you feel invisible.

In the last blog, we discussed 5 ways you may be self sabotaging yourself and how to “get out there” and what happens when you don’t. Maybe you are still feeling invisible, and not sure how to be noticed, and afraid of what might happen if you are noticed.

Go ahead. Be the person you are afraid to be. That’s the first thing to do.


Becoming our true selves creates mutual respect, admiration and honesty within our lives. And this leads us to reach our goals. How?

There is a certain amount of fear and hiding in us all. And, when we live life “full out” and stop hiding, we begin growing. And then we risk failing. And failing is essential to growth.

So how can you become the person you are afraid to be? Developing confidence and believing in yourself, your power and your ability to get achieve your ambitions. Your goals!

Remember, building confidence is not an easy and straightforward journey. But taking action is the first step to start building your confidence. You may fail at first, that’s ok. You are probably in very good company. Get on your feet and use what you have learnt to try again until you consistently get the results you would like to see.

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The Main Event - What to do when you feel invisible 

Date: Monday 8/13/18

Time: 12pm to 1pm Eastern - click this link to book your place

Topic: What to do when you feel invisible

I run these calls through ZOOM. This allows us to see each other and allows for a larger degree of interaction. If you do not have video access, you can still call in as needed.

I’m looking forward to a content rich, engaging, and powerful session with you.


And yes, feel free to tell others in your company to join in. Bring a sandwich, salad, or soup, and a great attitude. Roll up your sleeves, smile, and join us with a little Lunchtime Love.

Carol Williams

Efficient Productivity Systems


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Carol Williams
Efficient Productivity Systems