We are our own worst critics. Negative self-talk, doubt, imposter syndrome…society does us no favors in helping us build a strong relationship with ourselves. Yet our relationship with our self is the foundation for our relationships with everyone else. Knowing and celebrating your own value is a pillar to success.
On Tuesday, October 18th IAW Houston and Kansas City will host Sarah Uchytil who will share tips on how to increase your love, knowing how to love yourself, and walking in your self-love. If you want to make every single relationship you have more impactful, don’t miss these tips to create the best foundation possible.
- 6:00 pm CT | Introductions
- 6:10 pm CT| Tips & Round Table Discussion
- 6:40 pm CT | Share Your Ask
Meet Our Guest Host | Sarah Uchytil
Sarah Uchytil is a dynamic International Coach Federation (ICF) Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Connector, and Change Maker. She works with individuals on topics including empowered leadership, personal development, life balance, energy management, career transition, professional branding, LinkedIn presence, networking strategies, interview skills, salary negotiation, and goal setting.
Sarah incorporates meditation into her coaching sessions to encourage her clients to grow and stretch even further than they thought possible. Meditation is a powerful tool to dissolve limiting beliefs and remove blocks in her client’s way. Sarah believes in coaching the whole person and living a healthy well-balanced life.
The International Association of Women (IAW) is a global in-person and online professional networking platform that provides women with the forum, education, and services to thrive in an interconnected world.
IAW members have diverse backgrounds, beliefs, perspectives, and lifestyles, but with one common bond - their ability to succeed. Through local chapters and events, our community empowers members to realize their dreams, acquire the connections and knowledge needed to rise, and help them build better work-life integration and the confidence vital to lead.