In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, we talk about balancing our longer-term vision and drive with everyday challenges and self-doubt. Our guest, Ariell Braem, shares how realizing that time is not a renewable resource drove her to leave an unsatisfying corporate career and go out on her own. She gives us a vulnerable and powerful look at the inner work required to confidently make big transitions.
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About Our Guest
Ariell Suzanne is an entrepreneur, freelance writer, advocate with Beautycounter, and runway model with big dreams for much more (stay tuned!). She is passionate about culture, the arts industries, holistic health and wellness, and inspiring and influencing others with authenticity to dream big, take risks, and show up fully to their own lives. She is also an advocate at heart for human justice and environmental causes and is working on practical ways to stand for these important issues in which others can also join the work.
Ariell Suzanne is someone you will want to follow in the coming days and years. For updates and to keep in touch with Ariell, you can follow her on Instagram @ariellasuzabella or on Facebook. Her popular and inspirational blog is being transitioned to a full website which will be forthcoming in the near future. Keep a close eye out for that.
Ariell Suzanne is from Chicagoland and Northern Illinois and currently lives in Kansas City.
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