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Every day I meet amazingly brilliant ADHD women who cannot see their own brilliance. These women may have an impressive list of accomplishments, but because they struggle to keep up with the behind-the-scenes tasks that society tells us are a measurement of our value, all they can focus on are those struggles. In this episode, I'm covering the basics of imposter syndrome–what it is, why it develops, and why I believe it impacts so many ADHD women especially–and giving some tips for changing the internal narrative that you aren't good enough. Imposter syndrome relies on shame and self-doubt to thrive, and when we can step out of that shame and into our most authentic selves, that's when we take back our power.
Have you ever felt like a fraud? Like you were not deserving of what you achieved or accomplished? That it was all sheer LUCK that got you to where you are and at any moment it could all be taken away? Yup.. me too friend. Me too! This just happened to me (again) and I'm actually still processing it. Listen in as we talk about: What exactly imposter syndrome is When imposter syndrome can show up in your life Why feeling Imposter Syndrome could be a good thing My go to practices to help me work through the feeling Our Deepest Fear from Marianne Williamson Do you love the show? I would appreciate your support in keeping the show growing. You can do so by joining the Podcast Patreon here. This episode is brought to you by: Arbonne 30 Days To Healthy Living Program I'd love to connect with you: https://www.instagram.com/jess.loves.life/ https://jessicastephens.ca
"When we're not valuing our own journey, we're not valuing our own vessel." - Dr. Nancy Williams In today's episode of I'm joined again by Dr. Nancy Williams who is a clarinetist and leadership life coach. On the last episode we talked about classical music improvisation, and today focus on her coaching work, how to beat imposter syndrome and overwhelm, and how we can "get back to busy" after the pandemic. Purchase her new book: https://amzn.to/3OxDHPq Subscribe to Clarineat: www.clarineat.com/join Episode Sponsors: Légère Reeds (www.legere.com), Backun Musical Services (www.backunmusical.com)
Do you ever feel like you don't belong? Today we open up about how that affects us as coaches and athletes, along with those we coach. Triathlon can be a daunting journey at times, but we'll look at how reframing how we think can help us appreciate that we're all doing something amazing, and something most people wouldn't have the courage to try. We get into doubt, confidence, and why this sport can feel even harder the longer you're into it. Is someone else living in your head? The sweetest revenge is living a good life. Topics: Fireworks Pontoon Parade Triathlon never stops Summer is pedal to the metal Planning for next year? Coaching Doubts First triathlon experience Imposter syndrome Athletic Backgrounds Was it a fluke? Glory Days Expecting the negatives “You have to be better” 24-hour-chip Hard to recognize progress The power of the Ironman Finish Line External support Prove yourself right Training where you're at Finding celebration with the shit in between Who's living in your head rent free? If 9 out of 10 people think you're crazy, you're probably on the right track The sweetest revenge is living a good life You hear it, but are you listening? Mike Tarrolly - CrushingIron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - C26Coach@gmail.com www.c26triathlon.com
FREE GUIDE: 5 Step Action Guide To Sell What You Know on Autopilot - https://www.profityourknowledge.com/guide Every day, people are searching for answers to their questions and they want to learn from experts. But what if you're not an “expert”? What if you feel like you don't know anything but, at the same time, you're really passionate about a topic and you WANT to be an expert? What if you feel like a fraud or that you lack the abilities to deliver and teach what you know to others? That my friend is called “Imposter Syndrome”. And everybody's got it. Today, we're going to crush your fears when it comes to not feeling good enough or smart enough to teach something you're passionate about so you can get out into the world and make an impact. You will learn: How to overcome feeling like a fraud How to build expertise even if you feel you don't have any 3 key components that make you an expert Let's dive in!
Imposter Syndrome can feel like you're in the wrong room or will be found out as a fraud. This idea is common in our community and can stem from the idea that dancers have to pay their dues in order to earn a place in a respectable show, company, or class. The truth is, we have to believe we belong and that may require a little faking at first.In this episode, Brandon breaks down a real life imposter syndrome moment he felt in 2017 and how it affected his ability to be hired from auditions. He talks about ways to reframe situations when imposter syndrome creeps in and how to seek out rooms that you are inspired by instead of rooms that feel comfy and fitting.Interested in working with Brandon? SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP
In 2020, Alexis Ohanian, Co-Founder of Reddit & Founder of Seven Seven Six, broke ties with the $10 billion-dollar company he helped to build as an act of protest during the Black Lives Matter movement. In doing so, he stepped away from the business he'd known for most of his career, and instead decided to found a different kind of VC firm. In this episode, Alexis tells Alex about the traumas he faced at the very start of his career, and how that has driven him towards the impact-focused mission he has today when it comes to 776, as well as how he approaches being as present as possible for both his family and his work. Read about Alexis Ohanian's VC firm: https://sevensevensix.com/ Learn more about some of the companies that 776 is funding: Prenda Anja Health EarlyBird Full transcripts for all Imposters episodes available at https://imposters.morningbrew.com
Imposter syndrome is a real thing in the podcasting world and I'm hoping that this episode helps all of my Pod Pals get out of their own head and realize where their brand is currently at and what they need to be focusing on to grow. Check out episode 278 of Podcasting Business School where we discuss: Which brand level your show is at and why it really matters. How to take advantage of having a social media presence or an email list. What to focus on if you are starting with ZERO followers. How to get out of your head and avoid imposter syndrome. ****** Registration for my Podcasting Business Bootcamp BETA group is OPEN and bootcamp starts on 7.18.22. GET SIGNED UP! https://www.podcastingbusiness.school/
During the 2016 presidential election, we got an up-close look at how a foreign nation can influence domestic politics. US intelligence has found that Russia worked to spread disinformation, poison social media and steal documents. But that was not the first time America has been manipulated by a foreign power. In the run up to World War I, Boston Globe "Spotlight" reporter Mark Arsenault explains how a reporter for a small newspaper broke numerous stories about supposed German efforts to meddle in American affairs. What readers didn't know is that Great Britain intelligence agents had planted the stories with the willing editor of the Providence Journal, John Rathom, to turn the Wilson Administration and the American people against Germany. Arsenault argues it was a critical piece in Wilson deciding to send American troops "to make the world safe for democracy."Even more shocking though, is that in his book, "The Imposter's War: The Press, Propaganda, and the Newsman who Battled for the Minds of America," Arsenault argues that Rathom himself was a fraud. He shows how Rathom didn't just lie in his stories, that he was little more than a character Rathom himself cultivated to succeed in the newspaper industry. Arsenault also describes how Rathom was brought down by a young rising political master, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.Arsenault's biography can be found here: https://www.bostonglobe.com/about/staff-list/staff/mark-arsenault/He can be reached on social media at https://twitter.com/BostonGlobeMarkSupport our show at https://patreon.com/axelbankhistory **A portion of every contribution is given to a charity for children's literacy**"Axelbank Reports History and Today" can be found on social media at https://twitter.com/axelbankhistoryhttps://instagram.com/axelbankhistoryhttps://facebook.com/axelbankhistory
What if that feeling of being a fraud, that feeling that you're an imposter, could actually be a good thing? The vast majority of people have, at one time or another, felt like an imposter. What matters is not whether or not you feel it, but what you choose to do with it. Todays guest is the wonderful Paul Larsen. He shares his own journey to self love that came to him not from overcoming imposter syndrome, but from embracing it and learning to thrive WITH it. _____ From flipping hamburgers on Main Street to leading HR for Wall Street, Paul has continually reinvented his leadership voice throughout his life, to thrive within the uncertainty of our ever-chaotic world. As an Imposter Syndrome survivor and now a mental-fitness coach, Paul has successfully partnered with hundreds of leaders and teams to help them build a management brand of compassion and collaboration and lead from a mindset of strength and confidence. His amusing and practical corporate life experiences led him to author the award-winning management coaching book, Find Your VOICE as a Leader™ (2016, Aviva Publishing). Paul is honored to work with the incredible global teams and leaders at Twitter, Microsoft, Electronic Arts, SAP, Cisco and Salesforce, along with many successful life entrepreneurs looking to make their mark on the world. A certified executive coach with the Marshall Goldsmith Group, an expert panelist with Forbes Coaches Council, Paul also loves to engage audiences around the world as he shares his insights on finding your purpose, passion and ultimately your true voice as a leader. _____ Connect with Paul:
What will you do when your dream career doesn't happen the way you planned? For Shannon Hinderberger, paving your own path leads to new opportunities for success. With 20 years of experience in the digital marketing industry, Shannon has overcome challenges along the way. She started working for a broadcasting company in 1998, setting her sights on becoming a news broadcaster. But with the TV business' rigid and archaic standards, Shannon had to redirect her career path. As media and technology innovated, Shannon found a way to gain expertise in new platforms. She launched her own digital marketing business in 2017. As a social media coach and strategist, she now helps people take great leaps in digital media. She believes confidence is a key factor in the growth of your business, professional career, and passionate endeavor. As digital media continues to evolve with new trends and platforms, confidence and consistency will help you stand out. ResourcesVisit Shannon's Official Website: https://shannonleestrategy.com/ Follow Shannon on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3I5QMx2 Follow Shannon on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3I5QWVa Follow Shannon on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3a3zSSY Get your six-week social media plan here: https://bit.ly/3a655oz Podcasting doesn't need to be complicated. Get simple, actionable steps + community support starting at $25 a month: https://podcast-savants.mn.co/
How often do you do things purely for fun? Consider this episode your prescription for play. Dr. Kristin Yates is sharing the science & importance of fun and play. We all need more fun and it can directly impact your eating and your weight loss journey. Kristin Yates is a board-certified Ob/Gyn physician, author and Life Coach. She hosts the podcast “Imposter to Unstoppable” which normalizes the experience of imposter syndrome among physicians (and all humans, really). She is a co-author of the book, “The Chronicle of Women in White Coats 3”. She creates adventure retreats that help professional women regain their confidence and find balance through play. Want more fun in your weight loss journey? Download the “Find Your Fun” Worksheet at www.weightsolutionsforphysicians.ca/find-your-fun Thrive Academy for Physicians is the 6 month coaching program exclusively for physicians that will help you thrive in your weight loss journey and in your life. Start thriving today at www.thrivephysicians.ca
Even Albert Einstein thought of himself as an “involuntary swindler.” No wonder the rest of us feel like we're faking it but never going to make it. Here are five ways you can stop trying so hard to convince everyone that you're worth it, and instead start actually believing it for yourself. Krishnamurti once wrote, “It's no measure of health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” Trends w/ Benefits is an exploration into what it means to be “mentally healthy” in a world that is anything but. The Trends w/ Benefits Podcast has two formats—:microdose and :macrodose episodes. :microdose episodes are short-form monologues with Sara Russell. Sara blends ancient wisdom, modern science and actionable advice on subjects like sleep, psychedelics and ritual. She also hosts short meditations designed to help you start and end your day. We call them :rise and :rest meditations. :macrodose episodes are long-form interviews with Tw/B's Head of Editorial, Kyle Thiermann. Comprising deep conversations with athletes, intellectuals and everyone in between, each episode is anchored around mental health. For weekly stories visit Trends w/ Benefits and sign up for our newsletter. If you dig this podcast please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps a bunch. Get 20% off your first MUDWTR by using the code TWB20 at checkout. Reach out and send voice memos to firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode we talk about the 2️⃣ types of imposter syndrome I have seen over the years; ✨ internal and ✨ external. In order to break free from imposter syndrome you need overcome your own thoughts and change negative ➖ thoughts into positive ➕ ones.
Emee Estacio is the Founder of The PAME Code. She is a chartered psychologist with over 20 years of experience in health, community, and positive psychology. Her passion is to help people embrace their true worth, so they can live happy and fulfilling lives. Throughout her academic, coaching, and research career, she has worked closely with individuals and communities to unlock their full potential using simple and easy to apply methods for limitless success in life. She is the #1 best-selling author of the "Psychology in Your Life" book series, including titles such as "The Imposter Syndrome Remedy", "Change Your Life for Good", and "Fear is Not My Enemy". She is also now helping aspiring authors fulfill their lifelong ambition to write and publish their own books with her flagship course, "Self-Publishing Made Simple". Emee shares with us the following How she made a major career pivot after the arrival of her son! How that decision was in alignment with what she wanted to prioritize for not only herself but her child. Great words of wisdom for anyone at a crossroads in life! How she started to question her identity and went into a crisis where she was in a cyclone of feeling down, lethargic, and stuck in a cyclone of imposter syndrome and her own identity crisis. Emme shares how with the support of people around her she was able to get the help she needed and shares how you can too! How one friend reached out during this period of time threw her a lifeline and helped to get Emme the appropriate help. It's OK to accept help when you need it! How important it is to make a conscious decision and set the intention that you are going to take the steps to move forward. It's not only important for ourselves but to be a role model to our children that it's ok to stop and take time for self-care It is normal to experience self-doubt when you are trying something new! Emee's Tips for Dealing with Imposter Syndrome! Ask yourself the following questions: Is that true? Is it logical? Is it constructive? Do you have any evidence to support what you are thinking about yourself? Emee gives a lot of great examples with some specific thoughts one may have while experiencing imposter syndrome! Emee shares her business, Self Publishing Made Simple! She combines her expertise in psychology and self-publishing to help entrepreneurs to write and self-publish their stories! She has created a community for coaching, community, and support. The doors will be opening in the first part of July for her group program and you can connect with Emee in the show notes below! Links and Resources Connect with Emee Estacio Connect with Deborah Voll Take The Midlife Quiz Passion and Purpose Digital Workbook
So much of our success hinges on our beliefs around our abilities. At a certain point, this can become a big stumbling block for all business owners - regardless of the industry you're in.Imposter syndrome and limiting beliefs are terms you may have heard floating around - but what do they really mean and how are they impacting your growth? Listen in as I speak with my guest Mindi Huebener, whose number one mission is helping women to reveal and release their limiting beliefs and embrace the confident, wildly successful humans they were made to be. Mindi Huebner is an Intuitive Mindset Mastery Coach, NLP practitioner, a certified Health, Life and Success coach and Clinical Hypnotherapist. She knows rewiring your brain is the key to unlocking your magic so that you can create a soul-aligned business and extraordinary life. To learn more about Mindi, visit her website here.FREE GUIDE: Revenue Growth Roadmap For Your Boutique Fitness Studio Business
Abi Morgan's husband woke from a coma and didn't recognise her. Abi is a playwright and screenwriter based in London, and she'd made a name for herself writing successful and often highly emotional films and TV Series such as The Iron Lady, Shame, and The Split. In 2019 her life took such a strange and unfamiliar turn, she says it was almost like she'd landed in one of her scripts. Her partner Jacob was ill and put into a medically induced coma. Eight months later, he woke up, and no longer recognised Abi as his wife. Abi has written a book about her experiences called This Is Not a Pity Memoir. Presenter: Emily Webb Producer: Harry Graham
Host Andrew Bartolotta sits down with Sheryl Anjanette, Author of The Imposter Lies Within, podcast host, international speaker, thought leader, and trainer on the topics of Imposter Syndrome, Burnout, and Peak Performance.During the interview, Sheryl shares tips to help individuals and organizations overcome the debilitating effects of imposter syndrome which includes 7 ways imposter syndrome can be showing up in our lives, and talks about the Imposter Syndrome Quiz you can take on her website to dive into understanding if and how imposter syndrome is showing up for you and be provided with some techniques you can do right away to help.Learn more, take the quiz, and purchase her book: https://www.sherylanjanette.com/
Time for our Friday Flight! These episodes are a sampling of the week's financial news and the impact on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we distill it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to kick off the weekend informed and help you to continue to make smart money moves. In this episode we cover some relevant and helpful stories like: the IRS backlog continues, free goods from Amazon, bullwhip effect leading to sales on the horizon, imposter syndrome taking a bite out of your wallet, salary transparency on the rise, the role of gig work in your financial life, zoomers are all about that cash, the best hysa interest rate, rising interest rates hurting your house purchasing power, rental bidding wars, & costly cookouts. And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you're not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money. Have an awesome weekend! Best friends out! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Doubt keeps us humble and curious. If you didn't experience this healthy and normal emotion of doubt, it means that you wouldn't care about your audience. It means you wouldn't care about doing good work.” – Kelli Thompson. Joining Aoife on the podcast this week is special guest Kelli Thompson. Kelli is an inspirational women's leadership coach, speaker and author who made the brave leap of leaving a secure job with Corporate America to start her own practice to help empower women across the globe. Kelli's mission is to help women create a career they love and advance and make an impact in the rooms where decisions are made. In this jam-packed episode, Kelli shares how to ignite your confidence and create a career you love. We learn about workplace issues faced by women, how imposter syndrome is self-sabotage and why we need to normalise feelings of doubt and trust our bodies. Kelli also asks how you would like to be described when you're not in the room? Key points throughout the episode include: - An introduction to Kelli Thompson. - Overcoming the confidence gap. - Systemic inequalities and likability bias in the workplace. - Reframing flaws into gifts. - The importance of setting boundaries. - Workplace wellbeing and the unpaid workload of women. - Trusting your body and listening to your gut. - Imposter syndrome and the impact of expensive thoughts. - Stretching your comfort zone and creating emotional resilience. - How data can reveal reasons for change. - What Happier at Work means to Kelli. “As a woman leader, trusting your gut is going to be your competitive advantage at work if we really want to redefine workplaces and lead in a whole new way in a way that feels right for you.” – Kelli Thompson. COMING SOON! Kelli's book Closing the Confidence Gap lands on November 1, 2022. For early access opportunities, join the waitlist at https://www.kelliraethompson.com/ THE LISTENERS SAY: Do you have any feedback or thoughts on this discussion? If so, please connect with Aoife via the links below and let her know. Aoife would love to hear from you! Resources: Listen back: Karin Tischler on Flexible Working for Gender Equality https://happieratwork.ie/happier-at-work-46-karin-tischler-on-flexible-working-for-gender-equality/ Connect with Kelli Thompson: https://www.kelliraethompson.com/ https://www.kelliraethompson.com/book https://www.instagram.com/kelliraethompson/?hl=en https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/kelliraethompson/ Connect with Happier at Work host Aoife O'Brien: https://www.happieratwork.ie https://www.linkedin.com/in/aoifemobrien https://www.twitter.com/HappierAtWorkHQ https://www.instagram.com/happieratwork.ie https://www.facebook.com/groups/happieratworkpodcast
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Do you ever feel as though you don't deserve the success you have? Maybe you have wondered if you're good enough to be the coach you want to be? Imposter Syndrome rears its ugly head in many different ways depending on each individual. Regardless of how it shows up, it's never a nice feeling. However, it is completely normal. So, in this episode, Nicole is going to be sharing her thoughts on this specific mindset challenge, specifically how you can learn to navigate it with ease. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3tXrwTQ
Welcome to Hart Inspired, a show dedicated to highlighting individuals in their pursuit of authentic leadership, pealing back the layers to uncover the roadblocks they face, explore some of the actions they take and what keeps them on track to continue their journey to be the best version of themselves.It is my hope that you will be inspired by their story and gain some insights to help you in your own journey.In this series we are going to uncover some important areas that impact our lives both professionally and personally. We all can be impacted by imposter syndrome from time to time. So how do we recover? Who can help us? How do we support others who may be impacted?Meet Leseh Lentner.Leseh is a collaborative, creative leader with over thirty years of retail management experience. Leseh also studies organizational culture and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. A life-long learner, Leseh believes that the process of learning and development is endless, and encourages the learning and development of others. She believes it is important to give others the space to be their best selves at work. This podcast was created by Hartmetrics Consulting, editing and co-produced by David Castle Productions and co-distributed by BusinessTravel360.For more information about Hartmetrics Consulting, visit us at Hartmetrics.comSupport the show
In today's podcast Sadie Cheng discusses how brands should be teaming with young creators. Topics include: The value of diversity and why working with young creative voices can help brands authentically connect to audiences. The power of empathy – in both creative and traditional management. The importance of understanding the cultural zeitgeist when assessing new social platforms. Sandie Cheng is a producer, actor, writer, podcaster — all around storyteller. After graduating from Cornell University with a degree in psychology with a focus on moral psychology and creative writing, she made her way to New York City to pursue a creative career in writing and way too much improv in dive bar basements. She trained in the Meisner acting technique at the rigorous conservatory, Maggie Flanigan Studio, and improv with a focus on the Harold at Upright Citizens' Brigade. Her work strives to champion marginalized voices and women of color, and she strongly believes art is meant to challenge the status quo. Sandie is the Head of Social at CONVICTS, a purpose-driven brand and creative agency that aims to make the world a better place through original storytelling. She is also currently producing a TV pilot called Imposters, a heartfelt comedy about a group of hapless students of color as they navigate college scandals, DEI committees, and imposter syndrome, all while staying ahead of the curve. Sandie's writing has appeared in Cosmonauts Avenue, Bustle, PopSugar, Hyphen Magazine, and more.
Hey friend! Today I share the ONE thing i have been doing to take back control of my mental health snd kick imposter syndrome to the curb! God really placed this episode on my heart. Come check out the blog for more information on how to connect with me away from Social Media! Love and light SJ x BLOG LINK
Who you surround yourself with matters. A players surround themselves with A players. This elevates their game unapologetically and without shame or guilt. When you surround yourself with the right people, everyone grows and benefits. If you want to create, achieve, and accumulate more, guard yourself from B and C players.The primary elements of this episode are:A players are hungry, humble, and smart, and only other players get into their inner circle.B players want more, but hold themselves back out of insecurity, inadequacy, and insignificance. B players say they want more but won't move toward more. C players are just fighting for survival, and blame other or their circumstances for being stuck. B players have self-esteem issues and surround themselves with C players to make themselves feel better about themselves. A players can only help B and C players if they are willing and able to own their circumstances, stop being victims, and move toward a better life and results.Music Credit: "What's Left of Me" by Wes Hoffman & FriendsLinks & ResourcesTo explore options to create more wealth, success and happiness in your life email me directly at email@example.com or put time on my calendar for us to connect.Visit www.LiveSoulOut.com for free resources and tools to create more wealth, success, and happiness in your life and business.Click here to buy a copy of Mike's first book The Imposter in Charge or his new book The Prosperity Principles: Seven Accelerators for Elite Business Owners to Achieve Breakthrough levels of Success and Live Soul Out.About Mike: Mike Kitko is an executive self-mastery coach, speaker and author. He found external success through powerful titles, incomes, and material possessions. He ultimately fell into depression, toxic abuse of alcohol, and the near collapse of his family before he began a journey of internal happiness and success. Through private coaching, mastermind groups and training, Mike helps business owners achieve higher levels of wealth, success, and happiness in all areas of life.
A look at the new film "The Phantom of The Open" highlighting the story of middle-aged dreamer Maurice Flitcroft, who somehow plays the 1976 British Open qualifier, despite barely having played the game. Mark Rylance and Sally Hawkins shine in this funny, touching, and inspiring little film.
Very fittingly. I learned about Jay, whose a canine author, blogger and freelance Writer, and her dog Finn through a piece of her writing.It was an article that Jay wrote for Dogs Today a while ago, but that still makes the rounds among guardians of challenging dogs. What she wrote resonates deeply with most of us.You can read the full article here:https://dogstodaymagazine.co.uk/2019/02/19/the-emotional-toll-of-reactive-dog/But here are two quotes:There are any number of articles that you can find about how to reassure and help your reactive dog. There are far, far fewer that in any way prepare you for the emotional rollercoaster that is being the owner or handler of a reactive dog.andI have cried more tears over this one dog than over any other animal I've ever had, even the ones that I've had to say that permanent goodbye to. Because of Finn, I have been patronised, pitied, sworn at and despised.If you have ever wondered whether you messed your dog up because he was your first dog, then you will want to listen to Jay. She was used to living and working with border collies actually working sheep, and “still” she ended up with a very anxious dog.Jay talks about the moment when someone told her she should just have her dog killed. We discuss what were pivot points in her life with Finn, like hearing the term reactive dog for the first time, and taking Canine Principles courses.She explains how she ended up writing books, which, spoiler alert, was basically by embracing Nike's slogan: just do it! and combining it with the belief that there is no one better to write about a topic than someone who has just had to deal it.Jay also talks about how Finn's stunning looks don't always work in his favor. Imagine attracting every human within visual range to your blue merle coat, but being afraid of humans…And of course, we talk about mindset and the relation with imposter syndrome, which is another topic that Jay is passionate about, and about how that ties into life with Finn.All of the ways you can find Jay and learn more about her:https://www.instagram.com/bluemerleminion/https://www.instagram.com/jaygurden/https://twitter.com/bluemerleminionhttps://www.facebook.com/bluemerleminion/https://www.facebook.com/jaygurdenwriterhttps://www.facebook.com/Dogguardianshub Imposter Syndrome FB group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/124746796350145 Imposter Syndrome Blog:https://www.blogger.com/blog/posts/2563786379369033227Blog:https://splodgycollies.blogspot.comWebsites:https://jaygurden.com/https://www.goodguardianship.com/Book list: https://books2read.com/ap/RQr7oX/Jay-GurdenOther Links:Kim Brophy's ethology courses:https://kimbropheylegscourses.thinkific.com/Canine Principles: https://www.canineprinciples.com/
Impostor syndrome can affect anyone, but it doesn't have to define you. By acknowledging its existence and addressing its root causes, you take away much of its power. In this episode of the Get Loved Up podcast, Koya Webb talks to Dr. Lisa Orbe-Austin, one of the foremost experts on Imposter Syndrome, to help us detect its early signs, what causes it, and how we can avoid being stifled by it. GUEST BIODr. Lisa Orbe-Austin is a licensed psychologist and executive coach, with a focus on career advancement, leadership development and job transitions. She is a co-founder and partner of Dynamic Transitions Psychological Consulting, a career and executive coaching consultancy, where she works mostly with high potential managers and executives.Connect with Dr. Lisa and follow her work through the links below: Website: https://linktr.ee/drorbeaustinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaorbeaustin/Book: https://www.amazon.com/Own-Your-Greatness-Overcome-Self-Doubt/dp/164604024HIGHLIGHTS02:00 Why Dr. Lisa focuses on Imposter Syndrome specifically06:59 Signs you may be suffering from Imposter Syndrome10:27 Why you need a community around you13:13 You are not your thoughts 17:27 Stand in your power while sharing your vulnerability27:18 Always consciously take care of yourself33:48 Keep trying to find the therapy that fits youQUOTES05:25 Dr. Lisa: "When families focus on achievement as the only method of validation, you have to do something, achieve something, be something that's impressive in order to be recognized, and when you fail at that, the love is pulled away as like a punishment, you're not necessarily valuable unless you keep achieving. Those kinds of dynamics really do exacerbate the achievement component of Imposter Syndrome where we constantly feel we're in this rat race of achievement 'cause we're trying to prove we're worthy."07:01 Dr. Lisa: "Imposter Syndrome is the experience when you're skilled, credentialed, competent, have experience, yet you haven't internalized that. As a result of not internalizing that, you then feel like you might be exposed as a fraud if you make a mistake or stumble in any way." 15:14 Dr. Lisa: "Perfectionism is death. Perfectionism is the death of opportunity of progress, of risk taking. It's a death of a lot of different things and if you're aiming toward perfection, you are losing so much in the process."34:10 Dr. Lisa: "As a therapist I want to be present for you in whatever form, and some therapists are not like that. Some therapists are what we call tabula rasa, which is a blank late and you can't see what they feel like." Please leave a five-star review for the Get Loved Up Podcast. When you leave that review, please take a screenshot and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I've got a little gift for you.Your thoughts light up Koya's soul, and it helps continue to bring on great guests.To hear more about Koya Webb and Get Loved Up episodes, please visit her website at https://koyawebb.com/.
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Have you ever felt like people are going to find out you're a fraud, or that you don't really deserve the success you've had? Dr Lincoln Hill is a Chicago therapist who specializes in Imposter Syndrome. In this episode of Music Therapy, Dr. Hill and Jessica discuss Imposter Syndrome. We give you an understanding of Imposter Syndrome, how it can impact you, and helpful ways to overcome it. Song featured on the podcast: "Zero Summer Mind" by Jessica Risker Visit musictherapypodcast.com for show notes, past episodes, and upcoming events! Music Therapy Podcast Credits: Music Therapy is hosted by Jessica Risker, produced by Sullivan Davis of Local Universe, and engineered by Joshua Wentz in Chicago. Opening and closing music composed by Joshua Wentz.
This episode is sponsored by my wonderful friends at Qgiv! I'll be holding a free webinar with them on July 21 - to go https://www.bit.ly/qgivandjulia and register for free! See you there!"Your career has real value and potential, even if you didn't start out with a fixed idea of what you wanted to end up doing, then pursue it in a series of obvious, tried and tested steps." For the past twenty years, Russ Finkelstein has worked to change how individuals view their current and future work and how institutions support their staff, members, fellows and alums in developing their leadership and making decisions. As a founding team member at organizations like Idealist.org, ClearlyNext, Fund the People, and Title8, Russ has helped visionary leaders realize sustainable programs, have greater impact and live better lives outside of work. Russ was chosen by LinkedIn as one of 6 LGBTQ+ creators feature during Pride Month.Here are some of the topics we discussed:His stated purpose in helping outliers find their way in work in life;How he envisions the future of work;The so-called "great resignation"Imposter syndrome and how to be vulnerable and show up in an authentic way personally and professionally Connect with Russ:https://www.linkedin.com/in/russfinkelstein/https://russfinkelstein.com/Washington Post ColumnLinkedIn: Support LGBTQ+ Professionals Beyond JuneAbout Julia Campbell, the host of the Nonprofit Nation podcast:Named as a top thought leader by Forbes and BizTech Magazine, Julia Campbell (she/hers) is an author, coach, and speaker on a mission to make the digital world a better place.She wrote her book, Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits, as a roadmap for social change agents who want to build movements using engaging digital storytelling techniques. Her second book, How to Build and Mobilize a Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit, was published in 2020 as a call-to-arms for mission-driven organizations to use the power of social media to build movements. Julia's online courses, webinars, and talks have helped hundreds of nonprofits make the shift to digital thinking and raise more money online.Connect with Julia on other platforms:Instagram: www.instagram.com/juliacampbell77Twitter: www.twitter.com/juliacsocialLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/juliacampbellBlog: www.jcsocialmarketing.com/blogTake Julia's free nonprofit masterclass, 3 Must-Have Elements of Social Media Content that Converts
We all want to do our best, but many of us neurodivergent entrepreneurs struggle with perfectionism. We see perfection everywhere we look, but never within ourselves. There's really no such thing as perfection because there's always room for improvement. That's one of the “gifts” of being human, that we thrive on growth and development. But sometimes perfectionism can hold us back from taking action and our ego gets in the way. We get down on ourselves because something that “should” feel easy is challenging for us. The reality is that letting go of those thoughts and focusing on what truly is easy for us may be a better way. This week on the podcast, I'm chatting with Dr. Jane Tornatore about perfectionism and the words we need to let go of in order to get ourselves out of the trap. She shares with us some great tips for getting unstuck and I start to rework my own language…and immediately feel the results! About Dr. Jane Tornatore: Dr. Jane Tornatore is a brain geek and self love expert based in Seattle, WA. As a psychotherapist, speaker, and author, she works with intelligent, motivated, high-achieving women who are committed to being better people, yet, they never feel better ENOUGH. Women who want to finally like themselves and stop second-guessing their decisions. What separates Jane from other coaches and therapists is her down to earth, humorous, practical, and SIMPLE approach. And because of this, her clients become aware of the unconscious beliefs that keep them stuck and unsatisfied, so they can choose thoughts and actions that actually work for them rather than making them feel like crap. She received a master's degree at the University of Illinois, and a PhD at the University of Minnesota. She has authored over 20 articles and published a book—Everything is Perfect, Just Not ME! A Roadmap for Self-Acceptance. Connect with her on LinkedIn and follow her on Instagram. Links and Resources: The Intuitive Decision Making Method Everything is Perfect, Just Not Me: A Roadmap to Self-Acceptance by Dr. Jane Tornatore Bittersweet by Susan Cain Join the Inner Circle Time Stamps: [2:01] - The big benefit of in-person events [2:54] - More about Dr. Jane Tornatore [4:43] - We're the wrong species for perfection [6:15] - The only time perfectionism doesn't show up for Amber [8:30] - Getting out of the perfectionism trap [9:45] - Amber practices letting go [12:30] - Shifting from “have to” to “get to” [13:12] - Love-hate relationship with positive affirmations [15:35] - Toxic positivity that goes along with affirmations can be a turn-off [16:32] - We learn that appreciating ourselves is bad [17:36] - Imposter syndrome in neurodivergent women is off the hook [19:28] - How will you help people if you're not thriving [20:50] - You don't have to help everyone [23:06] - If it's not for my highest good, it's for no one's highest good [27:30] - Doing something out of alignment won't work in the long run [30:10] - Your ego is going to tell you that you don't know what you're doing [31:15] - It's a good thing babies don't have an ego [33:40] - Radical acceptance of behaviors [37:19] - We never congratulate ourselves when we do something right [39:27] - We've learned: You can be yourself or you can be loved [43:29] - If we feel we're getting extra stuck in perfectionism, it's helpful to see things in a different way [44:27] - Tell yourself you're okay
FAST Networks, Cloud Transformation and Imposter syndrome, these are just some of the topics which we spoke about with Srini on Episode 73 of the Tech That Connects us. We learnt about all things Amagi, from how It began, to hearing about how cloud technology has transformed throughout the industry and where Amagi plays its part, along with Srini's thoughts on Diversity and inclusion within the business and how to build a culture of excellence. Enjoy!
I had the pleasure of speaking with the incredible trainer, creator, and entrepreneur Bethany of Walking Dog Training, and here is the interview in all its glory! We got deep into topics like: Body image Confidence on camera Making the switch from part-time to full time dog trainer, and beyond What videos did for her business and her brand Imposter syndrome Creativity in dog training Did I mention body image?? (spoiler alert: we struggle with it lol) Enjoy! ________ Find me on Instagram: @seenheardfelt Join the balanced dog trainer's Facebook group with videos of these interviews: www.laurasvideogroup.com
Is imposter syndrome keeping you stuck? Join Bola and Yazmir to discuss chapter 8 of the new book, “Choosing To Prosper!“. In this weekly YouTuBe LIVE discussion, you'll learn just what imposter syndrome is and how it can impact your life. Plus you'll also learn how Bola overcame her own imposter syndrome as well as get key tips on how not to let imposter syndrome mess with your goals. Imposter syndrome is unavoidable for many of us, it is something you can deal with and overcome. Don't let imposter syndrome keep you back from your goals! CATCH OUT OTHER LIVE SESSION REPLAYS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhyh7wVTaE1IZRcbGOZA_c4Hy6QdV2EHt ❤ Get the best-selling Clever Girl Finance Books: https://clevergirlfinance.com/books ❤ Get access to 30+ free courses, worksheets, savings challenges, and our favorite banking resources: https://clevergirlfinance.com/course-packages ❤ Read the Clever Girl Finance Blog: https://clevergirlfinance.com/blog ❤ Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
How can you use imposter syndrome as inspiration when creating a personal brand? Let imposter syndrome guide you to be disciplined in differentiating yourself as a personal brand. Share how you are unique in what you do and how you do it by creating your key three. Creating a personal brand is about differentiating yourself, and not letting imposter syndrome hold you back from being visible as the expert you are. What is personal branding? Personal branding is differentiating yourself from all others in your area of expertise. The second job of personal branding is demonstrating who you are, what you do, and how you do it. What is imposter syndrome and what does it have to do with creating a personal brand? According to the dictionary, imposter syndrome is the persistent inability to believe that your success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of your own efforts, skills, or abilities. Many times, entrepreneurs see what others in their space are doing and feel intimidated. Likewise, they may think that because someone else is already doing something, there won't be enough clients for everyone. Similarly, people often feel that because someone has been doing something longer, they won't be as good or don't have the right skills. These feelings result in fear and anxiety, which ultimately lead to procrastination. Procrastination is inaction, equating to goals not being met and success not being achieved. However, if you truly differentiate yourself people will see you as the person that is meant to help them. What makes you you is what makes people want to hire you. Likewise, what makes you you is what gives you the expertise to serve the way you want to serve. Personal branding is about showing the world what makes you unique, you being you. Your experience, your story, and your voice make you, you. That is what personal branding is all about, owning what makes you unique and demonstrating that where you can. Amplify your voice to differentiate yourself and stand out when creating a personal brand If you do not use your voice to differentiate yourself, you won't become known. Our voice, our appearance, our fashion, everything about us helps differentiate us from others in our area of expertise, whether local or online. Being a guest on a podcast is a great way to be present and have the masses hear your message. Share what you've learned to help others Take the hard work you did for decades, and share it far and wide. Don't sit on your knowledge, share it. Imposter Syndrome and how to use it for creating a personal brand Even if you don't have a degree, you can learn a skill, you have gifts, and you have had experiences that have taught you so that now you can help and serve other people. Often times people who don't have a degree in something, feel that they shouldn't be doing something because they don't have as much knowledge, but that is not true. If negative imposter syndrome is holding you back, it's important to recognize the skills and gifts you have that you can now use to serve others. DP emphasized that titles behind the name, don't help differentiate you as a brand. Being one of one is key. There are a lot of careers where you are one of many, you aren't standing out if you are one of many. Learn more about Neil deGrasse Tyson. Neil is a great example of a personal brand. Watch the video of Neil explaining the anatomy of the sound byte. Share your level of expertise to differentiate yourself If you want to stand out, you have to share your expertise. People will not find you if you are not sharing what you know and educating people on how you are unique and what you can do. Share your skills instead of being afraid and hiding your expertise. How can you create a quick message that differentiates you? You have a very limited time to capture the attention of others and differentiate yourself. The positive side of imposter syndrome Imposter syndrome is a powerful tool to make you better. It can make you more diligent in double and triple check what you create and share. DP suggested that we stop calling imposter syndrome imposter syndrome and call it diligence, discipline, and rigor. Being diligent, disciplined, and rigorous will help you dive deeper into what you are doing to make it more valuable for people. Think of imposter syndrome as an opportunity to push yourself into being the absolute best at what you do. DP shared that women need to embrace the fact that women run the world. Women have so much power and potential to change the next generation of the earth. Realize that you don't have to have the light shining on you 24/7 but you stand out, speak up, and have an impact. Own what is yours to own, your voice, your experiences, and the expertise you have earned, and be willing to share it with anyone. No one can call you an imposter based on your own experience. Differentiate wants from needs. Knowing what others want and need from you is another way to differentiate yourself. Often times people want to unload their problems and they simply need you to recognize the need. As you differentiate yourself by sharing that you understand the need will make you stand out. The Key Three™ of personal branding Create three concepts, words, or phrases that consistently, and concisely define exactly what you do and how you do it that you can constantly demonstrate in what you do. These will be words or phrases that people will appreciate and you will demonstrate in everything that you do. DP used himself as an example. His key three are creative, collaborative, and provocative. Robyn's key three are strategic, creative, and empathetic. DP and Robyn do very similar work, yet they are very different. We can be in the same realm of work but be very unique and attract completely different audiences. Don't let imposter syndrome hold you back from creating your personal brand, instead use it to your advantage to be disciplined with demonstrating how unique you are in your area of expertise. To get started on creating a personal brand, download my free eBook on The Purpose to Results™ Method. About DP Knudten DP has worked on some of the biggest brands in the business, including Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Great Wolf Resorts, ClosetMaid, and Georgia-Pacific, and at agencies like DDB Needham/Chicago and McCann Erickson/Atlanta. A writer by trade, he enjoys playing in the intersection between the visual and the verbal, using his NonFiction Branding™ approach to move people—and product. DP is the author of Nonfiction Brand - Discover, craft, and communicate the completely true/completely you brand you already are. He is also the co-author of ROTOMA - The ROI of Social Media Top of Mind and the creator. In addition, he is the host of two popular podcasts, The ROTOMA Podcast and Nonfiction Brand. DP is a keynote speaker. DP also works for Southeastern Guide Dogs. Learn more about and connect with DP Knudten: DP Knudten website Download DP's free guide to creating your key three. DP's book NonFiction Brand
Ray Dalio is a man that needs little introduction. He fell in love with the stock market at an early age, and has now built the world's largest hedge fund in Bridgewater Associates. But after spending the majority of his life building his company's financial security, he's now entering a different life stage of giving back, and focusing on bettering his own personal principles. In this episode of Imposters, we speak to Ray about his meditation practice, how that helped him as an investor, and how he has coped with the death of his son. Ray Dalio's LinkedIn post about the passing of his son: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/my-journey-reflections-following-sons-passing-ray-dalio For more info on our presenting sponsor, check out https://www.sakara.com/imposters. Full transcripts for all Imposters episodes available at https://imposters.morningbrew.com
A big hello from Raleigh, North Carolina. For this episode, I want to address an important question, but one that is not widely discussed. That is how to overcome Imposter Syndrome. How many times have we wished that we were someone else because their lives are just seems so much better than ours? Growing up, I always wanted to be someone else. It took me a long time. I mean, long time to overcome Imposter Syndrome. So now I want to share with you what I did so that you can be your unique self with full confidence as well. Here are several things I've done to overcome those intrusive thoughts and negative feelings. 1. Don't believe everything you see on social media. Honestly, social media has exacerbated Imposter Syndrome for everyone. Everyone's life seems so perfect on social media and their accomplishments appear larger than life. I want to tell you to take what you see on social media with a grain of salt. Don't get too caught up in someone else's photos and their happy lives. Remember that a photo or a video conveys one moment at a time. No, one's life is perfect every single minute, every single day. Someone may show off great travel photos, but you don't know if they charge credit card or take on debt to pay for these trips. Some may post scenes of a great time partying on the weekends. Great! But you don't know what their other days are like. If people are happy on social media, be happy for them. But remember that you don't know what their real lives are like. They have daily struggles, just like every one of us. There's a statement I have seen many, many times on Facebook: “We buy things we don't need with money we don't have to impress people we don't even like.” (laughs) So true. That pretty much sums up what social media is all about. Once you see through that, the feeling to keep up with the Jones will recede a bit. 2. Learn to love yourself. (I mean, really love yourself!) You can be self-critical, but never be self-loathing. Be aware of your own strengths as well as areas for improvement. Pat yourself on the back when you accomplish something, but don't be yourself up when you make a mistake; acknowledge mistakes and do better next time, then head up, walk like a winner. Or like what the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel says “Tits up!” I cannot believe I said that! It took me a long time to like myself, a long time. When people complimented me, I would make self-deprecating jokes and brushed off the compliments until someone told me, “Pam, don't put yourself down. Just say thank you when someone praises you and enjoy the moment!” I agree with that wholeheartedly. Remember that we are all screwed up to some extent; every one of us! Learn to love yourself, because if you don't no one else will; or if you don't, how can others love you? 3. You need to earn your confidence. The key here is earn. I've come to realize that to overcome imposter syndrome, you need to be confident. Confidence, in general, doesn't come naturally to most of us. You need to earn it. One way to gain confidence is to be very, very good at something that people will come to you for advice about. When you see people respect and appreciate your recommendations and ideas, you'll feel like, “huh, I'm pretty good.” And that's a good way to build confidence over time. For me becoming an independent consultant and a speaker has helped me tremendously. I mean, tremendously to build my confidence. When I tell people I didn't usually speak up at any meetings for like 10, 15 years and was very, very shy, nobody, nobody would believe that they were like, “Pam, you shy? No, it doesn't compute.” (laughs) I become more confident by slowly building my B2B marketing expertise and knowhow. Once you have a skillset that you can use to help others, you start tapping into your full potential. You become unique and you become, you. 4. Never stop learning AND exercise. This is another way to overcome Imposter Syndrome. You continue to enrich your mind and your wellbeing. If you feel good about yourself mentally and physically, then you start liking yourself. When you start liking yourself and have a unique skillset that you can call your own, you start recognizing your worthiness. If you start realize how good you are, you want to be you, not someone else! Bear in mind that Imposter Syndrome comes and goes. It will never completely go away. And that's just part of being human or being alive; there will always be moments when you are going to feel the other side of grass is green. When you have these thoughts, you need to turn “love yourself switch” on and tell yourself that you are worth it. Don't be shy. Say that out loud. So quickly recap. Here are my four top tips to overcome Imposter Syndrome. Don't believe all the wonderful photos that people post on social media. It doesn't mean their lives are perfect. Learn to love yourself. If you don't, it's harder for others to love you Earn your confidence by being very, very good at something. Anything. Continue to learn and exercise. I mentioned this earlier in the episode that when I was growing up, I wanted to be someone else. I think that had a lot to do with I didn't like myself and I didn't think I was good enough. And I learned to love myself in my late thirties. Seriously! Can you imagine, not liking yourself with 30 some odd years? So don't do that to yourself. It's a torture. I gained confidence when I started to be good at something. Then in the past 10, 15 years, I also learned to take care of myself by managing my own stress, even though I work long, long, long hours. And I do yoga every day and I help tremendously. I've slowly realized I'm pretty good the way I am. Maybe that realization also comes with aging. When you start getting older, you're just like, “ah, I don't care.” So how do you overcome Imposter Syndrome? I'd love to hear from you and if you really like my podcast, feel free to subscribe on your favorite listening platforms. Take care. Bye-bye.
I made a legit new friend while interviewing Ali Weiss! Her openness to share is creative, raw, and inspiring. Ali is the ex-wellness blogger turned investigative journalist and comedian whose reputation as The Bukowski of #Wellness has now emerged into The Princess of Taboo. Across various forms of media, this New York native is known for sharp, unapologetic social commentary and a willingness to dive headfirst into so-called “forbidden” topics. We talked bout the “legitimacy” of our jobs, imposter syndrome, stereotypes we have to fight, Instagram facades, psychiatric meds, abortion, and MORE. Ali's podcast Tales of Taboo is an anonymous confessions show investigating - and celebrating - what happens behind closed doors. Forgoing the traditional interview podcast format, she dissolves the boundaries between host and audience by creating episodes around their unique experiences, with subjects ranging from the fashion and sex industries to sorority culture to drug addicts & dealers. The result is provocative and profoundly moving — a unique juxtaposition that's the nucleus of Ali's brand. This episode is brought to you by WHOOP, Macy's, and GLDN. WHOOP isn't just another fitness wearable - it's designed to provide personalized and actionable data based on your body. Go to WHOOP.com today and use code WHIT at checkout to save 15% today. Head on over to macys.com to get yourself stocked for the Fourth of July! They've got outdoor dinnerware in fun translucent colors, BBQ tools to keep the burgers coming and the outdoor furniture to seat the whole crew. Visit gldn.com to find the perfect jewelry and make it yours- use code WITHWHIT at checkout for 15% off your first purchase. Produced by Dear Media
In this episode of the BEYOND YOGA TEACHER TRAINING Podcast, Host Sandy Raper is joined by special guest Kelly Smith. Sandy and Kelly share a conversation about finding your voice as a yoga teacher and knowing when you've become ensnared within the trap of imposter syndrome. Kelly Smith is a globally celebrated yoga and meditation teacher, E-RYT 500 /YACEP, founder of Yoga For You, and host of the iTunes chart-topping podcasts, Mindful in Minutes and Meditation Mama. Kelly believes that there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to yoga and meditation and encourages her students to find their own personal practice, listen to their bodies, and find inner joy by accessing their most authentic selves and owning their power. Kelly specializes in the nonphysical limbs of yoga and is best known for her master training in meditation, restorative yoga, Yoga Nidra, and her international retreats. Host Sandy Raper is an E-RYT 500-hour yoga teacher based in North Carolina with two decades of teaching experience. Sandy has received extensive hours of training with Rolf Gates, completing 200- and 300-hour certifications under his guidance. Sandy has also completed another 300-hour certification through Yoga Medicine® and is recognized as a Yoga Medicine® Therapeutic Specialist. Sandy offers a Yoga Alliance-approved 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training, as well as, provides continuing education workshops and training as a YACEP. Sandy has accumulated thousands of hours of teaching and 1000+ hours of training. It is truly her passion to connect and share the amazing life benefits of the yoga practice with as many individuals as possible. With a strong passion to inspire and support new and seasoned yoga teachers, Sandy is excited to offer her Beyond Yoga Teacher Training (B.Y.T.T.) Mentorship Program to support yoga teachers with the confidence, clarity, and connection that goes beyond the foundation of YTT. Schedule your FREE 45-minute Introductory Mentorship Call with Sandy today and get started on becoming the yoga teacher that you desire to be. IG: @sandyraperyoga @byttpodcast Website: www.sandyraper.com Join Sandy Raper & Kelly Smith LIVE on Wednesday, July 13th, 2:00-3:15 EST for a networking event just for yoga teachers. Space will be limited. Click this link for more details and to reserve your spot today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sandy-raper/support
What's poppin' con-gregation? This week we have comedian Nimesh Patel on to discuss James Hogue, named one of Time's Top 10 Imposters, this runner turned bike thief fooled an Ivy League school into thinking he was a student but was really a 31 year old con man. Plus, the Red Power Ranger has been arrested by the FBI because of COVID fraud. Stay Schemin'!Sources:https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/red-power-ranger-actor-charged-multimillion-dollar-ppp-covid-relief-fr-rcna29813https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/09/03/the-runnerhttps://www.aspentimes.com/news/famed-con-man-who-lived-in-ajax-shack-arrested-again-in-aspen/https://paw.princeton.edu/article/strange-case-james-arthur-hogue
We're experimenting with something new: a super-brief Monday edition of “The Changelog” to help start your week off right and keep you up with the fast-moving software world. If you like this, would listen to it, and want us to keep it going… let us know in the comments or by tweeting @changelog. If you'd rather we didn't… also let us know!
Bear Grylls is a British adventurer and television host who has been an international sensation of survival shows for twenty years. The host of Man vs. Wild, You vs. Wild, Running Wild, The Island, and the author of Mud, Sweat and Tears and over twenty other books, he's come in to talk to us about his new book - Never Give Up. Bear has always told himself a story about himself that he's ‘resilient', he's pushed through the toughest challenges the world has to offer - from climbing Everest to surviving in the desert - because he's told himself he's the type of person who survives. But now, he reflects to us about the costs of that mentality, and where it leaves you when you come up short. Bear's new book is a follow-up to his smash-hit bestseller Mud, Sweat and Tears. He's spent five years writing it, written every single word himself, and shares some lessons from his life he's never felt comfortable sharing before. It was a pleasure to read, and a pleasure to speak to him in my kitchen. Topics: Confidence Imposter syndrome Resilience When to quit Are we always chasing a bigger challenge? Finding your faith Climbing Everest was humbling Struggling with fame Anxiety What were your darkest moments? What would you say to your father if he was alive? The importance of relationships Is your career complete? Your latest and most special book: What did it teach you? Our last guest's question Bear: https://twitter.com/BearGrylls https://www.instagram.com/beargrylls/?hl=en Bear's book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Never-Give-extraordinary-autobiography-phenomenon/dp/ Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos Follow us on Telegram: https://t.me/diaryofaceo Sponsors: Vodafone Business - https://bit.ly/3Nagd1l Huel - https://my.huel.com/Steven Myenergi - https://bit.ly/3oeWGnl
What is imposter syndrome? For anyone who has ever felt like this before, here is an imposter syndrome definition: Imposter syndrome is a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success. ‘Imposters' suffer from chronic self-doubt and a sense of intellectual fraudulence that override any feelings of success or external proof of their competence. Yes, unfortunately, imposter syndrome is real. And yes, fortunately, something can be done! Truthfully, we all – myself included – struggle with this at some point in our journey, friend. So while your personal imposter symptoms may take many shapes or forms, to walk a path to your limitless success, we need to look it squarely in the face. That's what we're going to do on today's episode. Kicking it to the curb: how to overcome imposter syndrome once and for all Here's a list of questions that may indicate that you're dealing with imposter syndrome: Are you certified in middle school but want to share resources for another age group? Are you a first year teacher but still feel like you could create programs or services to sell? Are you ready to retire but still feel like you could bring something vital to the education table? Do you want to leave the profession but feel like making money from your teaching experience is in the cards? If you answered yes to any of the above or if you relate to any of the above, you might be dealing with imposter syndrome. So on today's episode, I'm going to lay out the action steps you need to kick imposter syndrome to the curb. Before I do, however, here's a quote from the queen of writing, AKA Shonda Rhimes: “I am not lucky. You know what I am? I am smart, I am talented, I take advantage of the opportunities that come my way and I work really, really hard. Don't call me lucky. Call me a bad*ss.” Woohoo! I couldn't agree more. Are you ready to become one, too? Start by listening to this episode… In this episode, you will learn: What imposter syndrome is Imposter syndrome quotes to help you ward off feelings of unworthiness How to overcome it Why imposter syndrome exists Why you may have feelings of imposter syndrome in the first place LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ABOUT IMPOSTER SYNDROME: Shonda Rhimes Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person Kaysemorris.com/books Malcolm Gladwell Outliers: The Story of Success Heidi Holstein – The Elementary School Counselor Feeling like a fraud? Ubersuggest CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD: What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, A Teacher's Map of Online Business Secrets, and get started growing your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so send me your imposter syndrome symptoms, strategies, and questions ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @theceoteacher on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners! I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love. To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! 3 Ways Teachers Can Make Money This Summer How to Start a Small Business at Home Guide for Summer A Guide to Financial Literacy for Teachers with Ramsey Solutions Personality Kristina Ellis