“Wow Woman” Katia Stern Reveals Secrets to a “Wow-Worthy” Year for CEOs and Business Professionals

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As we enter a new year, CEOs, business owners, and professionals often experience a mix of excitement and overwhelm. 

Katia Stern, known as the “Wow Woman,” was invited to share her insights on how to have a “wow-worthy” year in live interviews on Fox5 TV Washington, WSYR Syracuse, 13 WHAM ABC News Rochester, and CBS News Sacramento.

During these interviews, Katia offered these valuable tips to help ease into the new year:

  1. Ditch the “Good Girl” Mentality: As a CEO, professional, or business owner, there may be societal expectations for you to prioritize others over yourself. However, it’s important to identify your own needs and desires and prioritize them, just as you would for someone you love.
  2. Ditch the Tough Stuff: Life is meant to be enjoyed, yet many professionals make choices that are difficult or draining. Create a list of activities or experiences that genuinely bring you joy, no matter how big or small. Incorporate at least one of these pleasures into your weekly routine to increase happiness and fulfillment.
  3. Ditch Overthinking: Constant mental chatter can lead to stress and overwhelm. Instead of relying solely on your thoughts, tune in to how your body feels when making decisions. Understanding your feelings can help you make more aligned choices and reduce mental clutter.
  4. Ditch the “Best Version” Mentality: The idea of constantly striving to be the “best version” of yourself can create pressure and imply that you’re not good enough in the present moment. Let go of the need for constant transformation and accept that you are already at your best. This mindset allows for more aligned choices and allows you to appreciate and celebrate your current achievements and strengths

By implementing these tips, you can start the new year with a sense of purpose and create a “wow-worthy” year for yourself and your business.

Published by: Nelly Chavez


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