7 Steps to Increase Your Leadership Skills When You Have Social Anxiety

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Social anxiety is a very serious issue. It has the power to keep you from living your best life. One of the most difficult aspects of social anxiety is leadership. In some cases, people with social anxiety find it difficult to lead a group or be taken seriously because they think they may not have all the leadership skills needed for that role.




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Katy Morin

Katy Morin

I help people who struggle with loneliness and isolation due to social anxiety, feel confident, and experience happiness with other people.

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