In This Episode

Have you ever felt like you don’t get enough acknowledgement from your peers or industry?

In this episode, I will be talking about publicly letting yourself own and acknowledge your accomplishments and successes. Why it is crucial for your journey and how it helps you serve others better.

Let’s dive into this episode and learn more about acknowledging and owning your success.


Listen To The Episode


[00:01 – 05:39] Opening Segment

[05:40 – 10:29] Owning your Success Publicly 

[10:30 – 14:14] The Shift 

[14:15 – 17:01] Closing Segment

Tweetable Quotes:

“Acknowledging your accomplishments is relevant to what you are aiming for, and is an important aspect of your journey.” – Keisha Shields

“When you position yourself in the way you want people to perceive you, it will make a significant difference.” – Keisha Shields

If you are a highly driven leader, ready to amplify your world, and overcome the impact of being silenced, visit https://www.keishashields.com/hire to work with me one on one or find more information on how to bring meaning to your company or organization to help support your women leaders.

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As the creator of She Will Not Be Silenced™, Keisha Shields specializes in how stigmas, stereotypes, grief and other people’s opinions can keep high-achieving women from using their voice to build the legacy, success and wealth they actually want, on their terms. 

Keisha is the executive and leadership adviser that women turn to when they need to find their voices in and out of the workplace and boardroom, break through the glass ceiling and turn their story into million-dollar messages. 

Keisha shows women how to finally let go of other people’s expectations of what their life and career should be and how to show up authentically in every way, with zero apologies.