That’s right. We all are in fact. We’re performing every day of our lives: at work, at home, online, at dinner, and in virtually every other scenario in which we find ourselves.
For most of us, we do it without thinking. We naturally play our various roles without a moment’s thought toward our chameleon-like nature. It’s not that we aren’t being true to who we are. We just instinctively understand subconsciously that each of our roles requires us to emphasize different aspects of who we truly are.
So says Michael Port, today’s guest on Read to Lead.
Michael takes on this topic and more in his new book, Steal the Show…from Speeches to Job Interviews to Deal-Closing Pitches: How to Guarantee a Standing Ovation for All the Performances in Your Life.
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In today’s episode, Michael and I discuss:
- What it means to “find your voice” and how not fall into the trap of thinking you don’t have enough to offer
- How you can be chameleon-like and still be true to who you are at the same time, and WHY this ability is so important
- How taking risks pays off and how discomfort can signal opportunity
- And much more!
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