In This Episode

So often, the things we hear about ourselves growing up can manifest as our own thoughts and control our voice. This was the experience that today’s guest, Dr. Ijeoma Nwaogu talks about overcoming in this episode. Dr. Ijeoma is the Associate Director of the MultiCultural Center at Rice University. She is also the Founder and CEO of EVERLEAD®, a leadership coaching and consulting firm and an inspirer of people. 

Let’s dive right into this episode and learn from Dr. Ijeoma how unlearning fake information can help you overcome your imposter syndrome, your silence, and help you find emotional safety. 

Listen To The Episode


[00:01 – 05:58] Opening Segment

[05:59 – 12:33] Value the Human Experience 

[12:34 – 26:56] Unlearn the Fake Information

[26:57 – 37:57] Being Intentional with Our Children

[37:58 – 47:56] The Importance of Emotional Safety 

[47:57 – 58:11] Closing Segment

Tweetable Quotes:

“You have all you need to be successful, you just have to tap into it or clear that cloud of anxiety or that cloud of fear and you will see that you already know what you want to do… and you are capable.” – Dr. Ijeoma Nwaogu

“Your experiences are not in vain, and once you get out of it you’ll have a story to tell, and your story is not just for you, it’s for other people.” – Dr. Ijeoma Nwaogu

You can connect with Dr. Ijeoma on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook.

Visit her website www.ijeomanwaogu.com and listen in to the Thrive IN® Podcast to learn more.

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