Do you ever feel like a fraud?
Like you don’t deserve to be where you are?
And like it’s just a matter of time before everyone sees through you?
If you’re nodding your head right now, you might be suffering from a case of Impostor Syndrome.
Imposter syndrome is when you feel like your success is undeserved and you chalk up any accomplishments to luck, rather than your own skills and abilities.
If you’re familiar with this sneaky saboteur, there’s good news: there are plenty of simple but powerful techniques you can use to overcome this crushing self-doubt.
In this hugely important and inspiring episode, you’ll learn how to move through and manage Imposter Syndrome so that it doesn’t stop you from chasing your dreams.
Press play to learn: why no one is immune from self-doubt — not even world-class performers and high achievers, my own personal experience with Imposter Syndrome while writing my first book, how reshaping your perceptions can help you rewrite your internal narrative, the “5-4-3-2-1” technique to ground yourself when your mind starts spiraling, and what Beyoncé can teach us about unleashing our fiercest selves.
The techniques outlined in this episode can change the way you think about success forever. So if you want to learn how to stand tall in your achievements, seize your future confidently, and embrace your true potential, then press play now… this one’s for you.
In this episode we chat about:
- Breaking down Imposter Syndrome and the surprising effects it can have (1:10)
- Solid proof that your perceptions aren’t facts (3:35)
- A simple but genius technique to help you *own* your achievements (4:33)
- Why talking about your experience can be a powerful antidote (6:08)
- How comparisonitis can feed into Imposter Syndrome (8:02)
- The powerful technique to bring you back to the present and stop spiraling thoughts (9:08)
- How to unleash a more confident, kick-ass version of yourself (10:42)
- Why it’s crucial to aim for progress not perfection (12:29)
- Mastering Your Mean Girl by Melissa Ambrosini (book)
- Open Wide by Melissa Ambrosini (book)
- Comparisonitis by Melissa Ambrosini (book)
- Time Magic by Melissa Ambrosini and Nick Broadhurst (book)
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