Everything about Mark Steel screams success.
Twenty years experience in corporate sales with one of the largest tech companies in the world. Recognized as a High-Impact employee for 3 years in a row with a steady progression in roles where he played a part in adding more than $1.5B in revenue.
He’s delivered over 2000 presentations on productivity, collaboration, and employee engagement. Mark also has 15 years experience as a sales trainer. And in his spare time he has successfully summited two mountains.
In 2017 Mark left the corporate world and started his own company called Present Your Success. In 2018 he joined the podcasting world with his aptly named show titled Climb Every Day.
Mark has always been the picture of confidence. But you know what they say. Don’t judge a book by its cover. Throughout most of his time in corporate sales Mark suffered from what he calls imposter syndrome. Underneath the confident exterior was a man who felt like he didn’t deserve the success that was coming his way. Over time his internal narrative became more and more negative. It impacted his happiness, his marriage, and his health.
In this episode Mark opens up about his struggles with imposter syndrome, talks about the ways it impacted his life, the moment he realized that to be happy he had to leave the corporate world, and how he still struggled to find the courage to make the move.
This is an honest and unvarnished discussion. There are so many lessons to be learned.
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