Fill in the blank: I experience Imposter Syndrome when__________________
Imposter Syndrome, or the fear of being exposed as a ‘fraud,’ is often the single biggest reason we hold ourselves back. Even if we’re invited to participate or share our experiences, we doubt our ability or talent and stay quiet.
Sound familiar? You’re in good company. Sometimes we think we need confidence to counteract imposter syndrome, but we’re going to let you in on a little secret.
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“Trust is a commitment to the practice, a decision to lead and make change happen, regardless of the bumps in the road, because you know that engaging in the practice is better than hiding from it.” - Seth Godin
- Learn more about Imposter Syndrome
- Read about Trusting Yourself in The Practice by Seth Godin
- Start tracking ‘Self Trust’ in your Habit Tracker
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