Do you often experience nagging thoughts of self-doubt? Here’s how to stop Imposter Syndrome and keep your brain happy.
You may not recognize the term “Imposter Syndrome”, but you’ve probably experienced it at least once in your life. According to some estimates, more than 70% of people have dealt with its effects at some point!
Imposter Syndrome is when you’re convinced that your success isn’t real. You’re sure that, at any moment, you’ll be “found out” to be much less talented, skilled, or knowledgeable than everyone thinks.
Imposter Syndrome negatively affects your life and health by causing a wide variety of fear-related behaviors.
In a recent LearnVest.com article, by Natasha Burton, I share how to ‘outsmart your noggin’ with tips from my book, Better Than Perfect: 7 Strategies to Crush Your Inner Critic and Create a Life You Love.
Imposter Syndrome is rarely discussed, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t common. In fact, the opposite is true. And Imposter Syndrome is often behind what is hindering you from achieving more success in your work and relationships.
If you’re finally ready to:
- Stop doubting yourself
- Face your fears
- Achieve more success
…then, I’d love to have the opportunity to help you overcome Imposter Syndrome and discover the VERY REAL you, waiting to be set free!
Isn’t it time to silence your Inner Critic, once and for all, and put Nagging Self-Doubt out of business?