Time & Location
Wednesday, July 8th, 2020
Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm PDT
Reserved to LWT members
About the Event
We are excited that it is almost time for Part 2 of this 3-part workshop on how to unlearn what holds you back, led by Micha Goebig and hosted by LWT Seattle for all WILpower cohorts. If you had attended Part 1, you would have heard great insights from Micha on Unlearning Being Your Own Worst Critic! Don’t worry if you missed Part 1, you can still attend Part 2 and hear Micha provide us with useful tips on overcoming any unhealthy habit to be a perfectionist at all costs.
It’s so easy to get carried away and strive for 100 percent—or more if only we could!—at all times, going on and on and never finishing. But perfectionism is a waste of time and energy, not a healthy habit: it’s chasing an illusion of “perfect” when in reality all we try to do is make sure that we are worthy and what we do is good enough. In Part 2 of the series, we will discuss the difference between being a perfectionist and striving for excellence, how the desire to be perfect creates obstacles in our lives, and how we can overcome these and truly let go of our need to
be perfect. You will leave the session with a strategy to become a confident imperfectionist and feel more comfortable in your professional environment and role.
Micha Goebig: Born and raised in Germany, Micha excels at supporting women in tech and other professionals who strive to level up and overcome what holds them back, tapping into their full potential both for their own and their company’s benefit. With Go Big Coaching, she helps her clients go big and live their most authentic life—by offering actionable tools and strategies as well as her signature straightforward approach. Having run her own successful corporate communications business for over 20 years, Micha has since established herself at the nexus of life and business coaching as she believes that companies can thrive best when their employees do too. Now a Seattle-based certified coach, speaker, and published author, Micha received her master’s degree from the University of Munich, trained with one of Germany’s leading executive coaches, and counts executives from various premium carmakers, renowned museums, and impactful foundations among her clients.
This event is reserved to WILpower members from all LWT locations, so you’ll get the chance to meet and work with your counterparts in other cohorts in the breakout room exercises. Details on the session will be sent via email to members.