Rescheduled! Pushing Your Envelope: How Smart People Defeat Impostor Syndrome and Live with Bold Confidence
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Rescheduled! Tuesday, 12/8/2020, at 12 noon Pacific time
Pushing Your Envelope: How Smart People Defeat Impostor Syndrome and Live with Bold Confidence
By Maureen Zappala
You’re talented and successful. People think you’re amazing. Yet you say to yourself “Everyone thinks I’m smarter than I really am. I feel like I’m faking it, and they’re going to discover I’m a fraud!”
It’s called Impostor Syndrome. And it’s the single most significant roadblock to you reaching your true potential.
This secret self-doubt causes talented people (especially women engineers) to second-guess their abilities and live with an anxious, isolated overwhelm. Even while performing exceptionally well, you fear your success is undeserved and will evaporate with the slightest slip-up.
You’re not alone. It’s estimated that 70% of people suffer from this. But there’s a way out. You can be released from this experience so you can quiet that impostor voice. You can push your envelope of self-imposed limitations. It starts by changing your thinking with the “Fraud-Free Framework” process. You can begin to enjoy your success, be proud of your
abilities, and confidently face new opportunities without fear of being unmasked as a fake.
You’ll experience a new freedom, a new creativity and a new level of influence. You’ll feel great about being great!
In this session, you will:
- Understand the causes and symptoms of the Impostor Syndrome.
- Learn the 3 steps to turn your thoughts from pitiful to powerful.
- Explore how connecting with peers can diffuse your fraud feelings.
- Learn a simple (but often overlooked) technique that will instantly match your confidence to your competence so you can unleash your influence.