On today’s episode I have an interview with Jess Serdikoff. Jess Serdikoff is a NJ-based registered dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor who splits her time between an intuitive eating virtual private practice and “supervision” for dietitians who feel overwhelmed by burnout, imposter feelings, and crippling perfectionism. In this work, Jess helps dietitians more clearly define their professional identities and values, set better boundaries, and build confidence in their work. Today on the podcast we dive into “imposter” feelings and review several steps that Jess recommends to help you identify and manage imposter “feelings” so that you can be yourself and not be afraid to show-up as who you are.
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Things We Mention In This Episode:
Harvard Business Review Imposter Syndrome
Empowering Dietitians on Apple podcast
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