Sep 23, 2022
Are you a compulsive helper and, if
so, what drives you or compels you to help others, even when
helping results in your own needs being ignored and neglected?
In last week’s interview, business psychologist Jess Baker shared her own journey as a super-helper. Her mission to help others was to become her life’s work, even though this has often been to the detriment of her own wellbeing.
Looking back on our conversation, I begin by reflecting on the clarity of Jess’s mission and the powerful impact of those around her in enabling her to see the difference she too could make by becoming a helper. I then look at what we can learn from Jess’s quest to understand who she really is and her purposeful commitment to being her best self in her mission to help others.
If you’re looking to be your best self in your mission, or you know it’s time to do the personal inner-work that will take your mission to the next level, this week’s Insights episode is for you.
ABOUT YOUR HOST: SUE
Sue is on a mission to STOP women playing small so that they can create the legacy they want to leave in the world. With over 30 years coaching and leadership experience, Sue loves nothing more than disrupting the unhelpful thinking that often holds women back, so that they can think, dream and BE bigger in leading the change they want to see. Coaching internationally, Sue’s clients are primarily world-changing women who want to lead with confidence, increase their impact and live a life that matters.
TO CONNECT WITH / HEAR MORE FROM SUE:
Sign up for news & updates: Mission Mojo Sign-Up
Join the Women on a Mission Community: Facebook Group
Connect with Sue at: Her website | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram
Book a Possibility Call: Book here
RESOURCES REFERENCED IN THIS
THE BIG BIRTHDAY GIVEAWAY! Help me celebrate the first anniversary of the Women on a Mission show: Details of prizes and how to enter
The I Gotta Be Me Experience with Sue Revell
Episode 61: Are You a Super-Helper? with Jess Baker
The Super-Helper Syndrome: A Survival Guide for Compassionate People by Jess Baker & Rod Vincent