Tracy Imm has been doing the corporate dance for decades and has more degrees and certificates than you’ll ever need from top rated schools and professional associations. She won’t bore you with all of it but if you want to know more about those details, visit her LinkedIn profile.
Tracy is here to train women to be better leaders. She has been leading people since she was the President of her Girl Scout Troop at age 11. She knows what it takes to motivate and inspire people to show up and do their best work. Obsessed with learning as much as she can about the topics of leadership and influence, she is humbled and grateful to have been named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women in 2017 and again in 2019 by The Daily Record for her body of work in the world.
Tracy is also a writer with two self-published books available on Amazon. Her podcast, Brave Girls with Tracy Imm, launched in 2018 after 2 full years of planning. She wanted to bring more positivity into the world and create a platform to showcase female leaders. She interviews the world’s most successful female leaders about their stories and what it means to be “brave.” You can access the show from iTunes, Google Play, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and Stitcher as well as directly from her website and social media accounts. Tracy attributes her success to INVESTING IN HERSELF AND DOING THE WORK and fundamentally believes that until you are ready to say YES to yourself, nothing will change. She lives outside of Baltimore, MD with her husband Don.
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Tracy is a returning guest on the show from 2014. We hear what Tracy has been up to during our last conversation and we get to see where she is now on her playing field as a leadership coach, hosting retreats, podcasting, and more! The last five years have brought many changes to Tracy’s life such as teaching at a college she was working for and working for a big government agency, as well as launching her podcast, “Brave Girls with Tracy Imm.”
In this episode, we talk about Tracy’s personal transformation that led her to teach students how to prepare for their careers after college and give them valuable career advice. After speaking with numerous students and creating a consistent guide for students to succeed in their careers, Tracy decided to put all this content and strategy into her book, Conquer Shame and Claim Success.
Tracy shares with us how the idea of her book came into her universe and what process she used to make that journey happen. She talks about some of the changes she made to her attitude and mindset, along with her belief in and understanding of the Universal Law of Cause and Effect. Tracy talks about the power she has gained from taking the leap and investing in herself.
Want to get more out of Tracy and hear some great inspirational stories? Make sure to check out her podcast, Brave Girls with Tracy Imm!
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- “I gave a lot of thought to the next thing I wanted the world to know.”
- “We have different points in our life where we have what I call significant emotional events that shape us.”
- “It was the universe and it said you’re going to write a self-help book…it was so crystal clear, I couldn’t even explain it.”
- “You got to grab people and really let them know what you’re feeling.”
- “All of us on this journey have things happen that we did not directly cause, but we happened to be there.”
- “I want people to know that it’s okay to be who you are and that you really need to do that self-development work…otherwise you’ll find yourself in the same situations over and over again.”
- “My most transformational days have come when I’ve been the most vulnerable.”
- “When you know what’s important to you, life gets simpler.”
- “Once you have decided to embark on the inward journey, then your life can be rapidly transformed.”
- “I knew that in order for it to be a great book that was really going to bring the reader in, I needed to go deep. I needed people to see and feel the pain.”
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