If You Can See It, You Can Be It – Celebrating Women’s History Month
Have you ever heard of the phrase “you have to see it to be it”?
It’s the beginning of Women’s History Month, and we're celebrating icons, innovators and leaders who have paved the way for women today, and why it’s important for each of us to inspire others.
In this episode, we discuss what is meant by “see it to be it” and the three ways that seeing these trailblazing women is empowering and enabling women everywhere to “see it” and “be it”.
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[00:50] The meaning of “see it to be it”
[01:09] 3 ways “see it to be it” empowers
[04:45] Visibility matters
[07:09] Women who’ve inspired us
[10:11] Who represents the future you
“If you're not willing to work for it, it's not a true motivation.” – Nikki Barua
“The reason “if you can see it, you can be it” works so powerfully is that it helps you clarify your what, it helps you connect to your why, and it helps you codify the how.” – Nikki Barua
“It's not just about getting to the top, it's becoming more visible so you can inspire change by sharing your story and making it possible for someone else to dream. It normalizes success.” – Nikki Barua
About Nikki Barua:
Nikki Barua is a digital innovator, serial entrepreneur, author & speaker. Learn more at nikkibarua.com.
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About Monica Marquez:
Monica Marquez is a senior corporate leader, ex-Googler, and diversity expert. Learn more at themonicamarquez.com.
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