Celebrate International Women’s Day with a chance to win one of three endota spa prizes

What is the best piece of career advice you have been given?  

Mine was when my boss, a senior male leader, shared with me, that he too experienced imposter syndrome. It surprised me to think that someone I respected and looked up to so much, felt this way. He then questioned me as to whether I thought others would be surprised to learn this about me. I realised this self-belief, this inner voice that goes on about not being worthy or good enough, was more about me and my thoughts than how anyone else viewed me. This meant I could choose to buy into this thought pattern or not. It gave me the power to choose how I see things. This gift has continued giving to me my whole career.

What about you? 

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we want you to share the gift of wisdom. Share your best piece of career advice and get the chance to be rewarded with a wonderful gift from endota spa.

We will pick 3 winners with the most valuable answers. Winners will receive the following items:

  • 1st prize: Nourish + Calm Pack valued at $90 and a Wellness Journal valued at $40
  • 2nd prize: Hand & Feet Duo pack valued at $30 and a Wellness Journal valued at $40
  • 3rd prize: Wellness Journal valued at $40

Winners will be announced on Thursday, March 8. More details below.

endota spa, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier, support women to manage their careers and wellbeing. Sign up to their new program, haven, and get a free $30 gift card on your birthday and access to exclusive offers and inspiring wellness content.

Terms and conditions of the contest:

You must be residing in Australia.
Like our page/connect with us and share/retweet the post.
Answers must be submitted by commenting on the relevant post on our social media pages: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn.

One thought on “Celebrate International Women’s Day with a chance to win one of three endota spa prizes

  1. The best career advice I was given was to do what makes you happy. This advice has served me well over the years. When I am asked the question I ask the person – How do you want to live? How does this impact your career decisions?

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