Let's face it, we are all imposters in some way, or at least we think we are.
The term impostor syndrome, coined in 1978, is described as a feeling of “phoniness in people who believe that they are not intelligent, capable or creative despite evidence of high achievement.” Basically, when you feel inadequate despite evident success.
As coaches, we are asked to help people who have great talent but do not don't realize their potential or who may self-sabotage their own success. The tendency to measure themselves by others success causes stress, anxiety, depression, stalled projects, and a pursuit of unrealistic perfectionism. We will be discussing best practices and tips. Please come learn and share as we improve our coaching skills today.
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