Welcome to the latest episode of our podcast. In today’s show, we’re continuing our Summer Roadblock Series with the second challenge: Who am I to do this?
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Ok so let’s get back to Roadblock #2 – who am I to write this book, get published, is my voice worth being heard or a variation – my voice isn’t worth being heard. Sometimes this is called imposter syndrome. Another name for imposter syndrome is the fraud phenomenon. It is a feeling of self-doubt and inadequacy despite evidence of one’s competence and accomplishments. People experiencing imposter syndrome often fear being exposed as a fraud or impostor, even when they are highly skilled and accomplished. It can be a common experience for high-achieving individuals about Today, we’ll embark on a journey of self-reflection, awareness, and growth. As we delve into the prevalence, and common characteristics of imposter syndrome. I’ll share some personal experiences that will help shed light on the human side of this phenomenon.
Listen to Episode 256 below:
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Episode 255: I Have Too Many Ideas: Summer Roadblock Series #1
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