In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, we dig into some of the childhood influences that lead to impostor syndrome, including messaging from our parents, educational systems, etc. My guest, Linda Ugelow, a speaking confidence coach, shares her personal experience with self-doubt and “comparisonitis” and how she’s learned to manage them. She also shares powerful insights and strategies to empower ourselves to stop hiding and be more visible.
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About My Guest
Linda Ugelow (YOU-guh-low) is a speaking confidence coach with a fresh approach to overcoming the fear of speaking. Formerly stricken with public speaking fear herself, she now helps entrepreneurs, business owners, and corporate leaders to transform their experience of speaking from dread to delight whether they speak on camera, on stage, in the media, or in the meeting room. She is the author of the book, Delight In The Limelight: Overcome Your Fear of Being Seen and Realize Your Dreams.