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Who do you think you are?

Updated: Jan 19

I have been looking at coaching for many years but never felt I could do it, it has taken a journey of trial and error to realise I love coaching and it is who I am meant to be.


Imposture syndrome is an overwhelming feeling of self-doubt that you may experience when you’re new to business. It can be a very debilitating feeling, so it’s important to understand the signs of imposture syndrome, and how to approach it.


First, let’s go over some of the common signs of imposture syndrome. The strongest symptom is feeling undeserving of your success or position. You may also feel like a fraud and worry that people will discover you aren’t qualified or worthy. Finally, you might find yourself avoiding opportunities because you don’t believe you can handle them.


It’s important to realize that these feelings of self-doubt are normal, but they shouldn’t prevent you from taking risks and growing your Business. The best way to address imposture syndrome is to focus on the skills and knowledge you do have, rather than on what you lack.

Take time to celebrate your successes and strengths, and don’t be afraid to ask for help if you need it. This can mean finding a trusted mentor who can give you advice, or taking classes to learn more about the areas of business you’re unsure of. Building your knowledge and confidence can help you overcome the feeling that others are better than you and that you don’t belong.

"Stop focussing on what you are not!."

It’s also important to remember that everyone experiences self-doubt from time to time, so don’t be too hard on yourself. Give yourself time and space to assess what you have achieved and focus on the positives. By doing this, you will be able to approach challenges with confidence and not allow imposture syndrome to limit your progress.

I hope this was helpful in understanding imposture syndrome and how to manage it. If you are dealing with it in your business, know that you are not alone and that there are ways to move past it.




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