How many times have you caught yourself judging or criticizing your actions? How many times has anybody actually told you those things are true?
Many people, including high achieving leaders, deal with inner critic – this challenging pattern that comes in waves of negative self-thoughts or dialogue. 

But what if we told you there is a way to silence it and take your power back?

Today’s guest has spent the better part of her life working through these challenges while building a career based on her values of compassion and integrity.
Join this candid conversation with lifelong learner April Grandominico.

April is a senior-level sales and business development leader and in today’s episode she and Laura discuss how to stand up to your inner critic, how being open to learning helped has helped April build her career and leadership style, why surrounding yourself with the right people changes everything, and more.

Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 52 where Laura and Tiara M. Tucker talk about the importance of using your authentic voice as a leader, then go back and check it out!

In this episode, we cover:
-April’s early career transitions.
-Aligning values with work.
-Modeling a continuous learning mindset.
-How to shut down your inner critic.
-The power of asking for help.

Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Connect with April via LinkedinFacebook, and Instagram @adgrando.
-Laura’s first book – Values First. How Knowing Your Core Beliefs Can Get You the Life and Career You Want – will be launching April 12th! Stay up to date on the launch, events, and more by joining our list here!

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-Follow the show on Instagram @thecatchgroup.
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More about April Grandominico:

April is an Area Vice President in the healthcare imaging market thriving on deep collaboration with key stakeholders to drive improved patient care pathways. April is also a mom, wife, and household CEO juggling the day-to-day balance that we all strive for.

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