I have a confession to make: I struggle with Imposter syndrome.
You know, that pervasive feeling of self-doubt, insecurity and incompetence despite evidence that you are skilled and successful.
When I started my business, I was completely convinced that I wasn't knowledgeable enough.
I always needed to take just one more course, read one more book, have one more insight – surely that would protect me against the feelings of incompetence.
It took me a long time to realize that the real reason I wasn't making progress was not a lack of knowledge, strategy or systems, but my mindset holding me back.
Fast-forward to today – with over 100k followers, hundreds of lives impacted, so many beautiful coaching clients – you would think imposter thoughts are a thing of the past, right?
(That was a trick question.)
The solution to imposter syndrome isn’t to make it “go away”, it is to learn to interpret it differently.
Today, I’ll share how I do that.