Shame is the feeling that there’s something wrong with you and arises from a core belief that you’re not good enough. Do you pass up opportunities because you’re scared of making mistakes? Do you compare yourself with others?
What if all that could change? What if you could feel more confident in yourself, your views and your abilities?
Comedian and writer Grace Campbell has written a book all about Shame and joins AllBright for funny and informative session about the kind of shame that she feels is most undiscussed, the shame in jealousy and compare culture.
You’ll get practical strategies fstop the comparison with others both professionally and personally.
To get a copy of Grace’s brilliant new book you can pre-order here https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781529354003
Grace Campbell is a comedian, writer, and feminist.
A force of nature on a constant, often hilarious, mission to undermine the patriarchy and poke a finger at those things in life which make women feel rubbish about themselves, Grace is also a critically acclaimed stand-up, law-changing feminist activist, and co-host of the podcast ‘Football, Feminism + Everything In Between’ – with her father, Alastair Campbell.