Today, we are tackling one of the most commonly experienced ways to suffer that I have ever come across in all of my coaching work, and it is something called the Imposter Syndrome.
The Imposter Syndrome is when you really feel like you are a fraud, and everyone might find out that you've been faking it this whole time, and that you aren’t qualified to actually do the job that you're doing, to have received the rewards that you're receiving, to be in the role or position that you're in, or to have the confidence, success, happiness, or ease that you currently have.
Are you in a position right now, where you feel unsure of yourself, maybe self-critical or self-judgmental? Do you feel paranoid, afraid that others can see through you, feel guilty or anxious about it, or ashamed,? Do you find yourself up all night long, indulging in overworking in an attempt to make up this deficit?
It's time to question your stories.
In this episode, you can begin to unravel the stories that are leading to your own experience of the Imposter Syndrome by exploring some techniques and exercises I have found useful for my clients. Curiosity is always a tool that's available for you to use, and it's especially important when you feel like it's not okay that you don't know everything. That's the time when you need it most.
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