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What if the only thing holding you back…is you?
Banish the Imposter
The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘Imposter Syndrome’ as “the persistent inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one’s own efforts or skills” and ‘success’ is defined as “the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.”
When did we start believing success means…
Graduate from College
Get a Good Job
Save for Retirement
Buy a House
Drive a Fancy Car
Get Promoted at Work
Make More Money
The reason you don’t feel successful despite your accomplishments is because you believe success is a feeling. The problem is, you haven’t been taught how to feel successful.
And your brain is wired to play tricks on you.
Luckily, researchers have identified 3 key behaviors of individuals who suffer from Imposter Syndrome and the good news is: behaviors can be changed!
Ready to find out what those behaviors are and to learn some tools for how you can shift how you approach to Imposter Syndrome now and in the future?