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Suki Xiao: Say Goodbye to the Imposter Career Coffee Chats

Summary:  Suki Xiao is a career coach with a mission to help people redefine their grind.  Having immigrated from China to New Zealand at the age of 12, Suki had initial plans of becoming a finance lawyer upon completing University. In this episode, we explore how her experiences of working in corporate, policy advisory and agile consulting lead her down the path of becoming a career coach. She also shares her perspective of Imposter Syndrome, its causes, and solutions for busting through this prevailing phenomenon.  Chat highlights: Suki talks about her early work experiences and how she gained the courage to pursue a new path in career coaching and personal development.  She shares how an interest in psychology led her to become a Youthline Counsellor and Volunteer. She explores Imposter Syndrome and suggests ways in which people can navigate these experiences through a change in mindset. PLUS, Suki shares her recommendations for great food experiences too.  Links and resources: Find out about Suki’s business, ‘As You’:  https://asyou.org/ Follow Suki on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sukixiao/ Learn about Suki’s upcoming events:  https://asyou.org/purposecomm Check out her video on overcoming Imposter Syndrome: https://asyou.org/blog/how-to-overcome-the-imposter-syndrome Like Career Coffee Chats on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/careercoffeechats  Check out the Career Coffee Chats website:  https://careercoffeechats.com/ Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss out on future career coffee chats.  And, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a rating and a review? Thanks! 
  1. Suki Xiao: Say Goodbye to the Imposter
  2. Lena Waizenegger: Find Your Connection
  3. John Dorado: The Cultural Difference
  4. Pepe Afeaki: Embracing Motherhood and Worklife
  5. Matthew Sinclair: Putting the Heart in Tech