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Your Unstoppable Greatness: Break Free from Impostor Syndrome, Cultivate Your Agency, and Achieve Your Ultimate Career Goals
Authored by Drs. Lisa and Richard Orbé-Austin
Your Unstoppable Greatness is the “Green Book” to master the career journey challenges of these times. Imposter syndrome is our modern-day endemic that in the words of James Baldwin impacts those of us who are systematically, “marginalized.” This is the book you carry with you throughout your career. YUG is the guide and ride full of sharp wit, heartfelt wisdom, real-world exercises and innovative strategies that “honors your greatness and dreams.” I will be purchasing copies for my loved ones. Buckle up!
Applause for Drs. Lisa and Richard Orbe-Austin’s latest work, Your Unstoppable Greatness: Break Free from Imposter Syndrome, Cultivate Your Agency, and Achieve Your Ultimate Career Goals! The volume is a very readable treasure trove of wisdom which guides the reader in applying psychological truth – taken from the authors’ professional practice and expertise – to address stumbling blocks to career success. Unlike many volumes which do not offer the “how to” in achieving the reader’s goals, Your Unstoppable Greatness acts as both commentary and a workbook that uses practical techniques and tools – case studies, reflection exercises, and a wide range of helpful tips and key takeaways – to assist the reader in understanding Imposter Syndrome’s impact and the workplace dynamics that trigger it. Your Unstoppable Greatness is the right resource at the right time (now!) when so many are searching for the keys to personal and professional satisfaction. It will help you to recognize and address the beliefs and behaviors that may be blocking the success that you desire and deserve – add it to your library today!
With Your Unstoppable Greatness, Lisa and Richard Orbe Austin have created an essential toolkit to help confront and ultimately, overcome imposter syndrome. They draw from data, research and their own experience coaching clients to help readers identify toxic cultures, understand how patterns in their own interpersonal relationships play out at work, and address those patterns so they can strengthen their relationships with their colleagues and with themselves.
In our first book, Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt, and Succeed in Life, we offered concrete steps to overcome imposter syndrome and Own Your Greatness. Now, we’re taking the work a step further and showing you how to navigate toxic or unsupportive work cultures in a healthy way. Our programmatic approach to creating imposter syndrome reducing cultures was developed from years of professional experience and informed by our own struggles feeling unsupported and unhappy in the workplace. And if you need a little extra support or accountability, try out our digital workshop Starter Bundle, or apply for our 2023 Own Your Greatness Masterclass.
Blog Posts by Lisa and Richard Orbé-Austin
What I most appreciated about Dr. Orbe-Austin was her genuine investment in my personal and professional success. She not only took the time to learn about my individual interests and aspirations, she provided encouragement and advice every step of the way. In many ways, my ability to thrive in the face of various challenges was largely catalyzed by her support and the faith she instilled in me regarding my own potential. If you are seeking a professional who can help you identify your own strengths and talents while also pushing you to stretch, grow, and advance towards possibilities you may not have even realized existed, she is someone you’ll want to connect with!”
– Tomomi Uetani Director of Career Services Services and Leadership Management Columbia School of Social Work
“It is always a pleasure for me to work with Dr. Orbé-Austin! She gave one of the most popular keynote addresses at the 2021 Harvard Medical School Coaching Conference, sponsored by the Institute of Coaching, which is one of the world’s largest coaching conferences. Other events we have partnered with her on — our IOC book club and LinkedIn Live — have been very successful. She is an expert on Impostor Syndrome and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her to any organization interested in a research-based approach to this important topic!”
– Jeffrey W. Hull, Ph.D. CEO, Leadershift, Inc., Director of Global Development, Institute of Coaching
Clinical Instructor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School
“Dr. Orbé-Austin is an outstanding career counselor, who is my go-to referral. She is thoughtful, practical and tremendously effective. She works particularly well with women feeling stuck in their professional lives and has truly changed the lives of many women who came to her unable to see a path ahead.”
– Jennifer Bernstein, MD Medical Director Manhattan Psychiatric Associates
“I have had the honor of working with Dr. Lisa Orbe-Austin and Dr. Rich Orbe-Austin for five years, where they have coached and delivered workshops for BIPOC graduate students at New York University. Every year, they deliver research-backed, equity-informed programming on how students can own their greatness and find the career of their dreams. Their facilitation style is empathetic, energetic, and warm, and students always walk away from their interactions with Lisa and Rich feeling validated and inspired. Their impact is also long-term – years after graduating, alumni still speak about how powerful it was to work with them, and how Lisa and Rich’s advice continues to guide them through their careers. They are an incomparable asset to any program, organization, or individual that is looking to find meaning and purpose in their lives.”
– Sasha Massey Associate Director, Social Impact Leadership Programs, New York University