How To Start Over And Lead A More Fulfilling Life
“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”Often attributed to Einstein
It is all too easy to become unhappy when not achieving your goals, although if you only look at them once a year and don’t work towards them every day, then getting off track is not a surprise to the trained eye.
Persuasion: The Art Of Persuading Others With Jeff Tippett
Persuasive communication is the art of convincing others to accept a particular point of view or idea. Persuasion has been used in many different ways for centuries and is, without a doubt, one of the most powerful tools at our disposal. Persuasive Communication can be an art form that some people master more than others, but it’s important- no matter what profession you’re in-to know how to persuade people. Persuasion plays such a central role in business, selling, job interviews and conflict resolution; knowing how to use it properly will benefit any company or individual!
Kim-Adele Thought Leader Podcast
The extraordinary Kim-adele Platts FInstLM, Board Adviser, C-Suite Coach, Int. Public Speaker, Storyteller is a CEO, leadership coach, business expert, and “face whisperer.” She shared her passion for helping executives level up their leadership through the use of emotional intelligence. Kim explained what it means to be a “face whisperer,” how it allows people to understand each other better, why you can’t fake micro-expressions, and her thoughts on what coaching really is. She also shares her personal experience with Imposter Syndrome and how it affects people. You definitely don’t want to miss Kim “reading” Randy’s face! Our conversation is just the beginning.
Overcoming Impostor Syndrome at Work To Support A Winning Culture
Do you ever feel like an impostor at work? Like people are always judging your every move and that it’s just a matter of time before they figure out that you’re not actually as competent as everyone thinks. It sounds crazy, but this is the reality for many executives who suffer from imposter syndrome. You can listen to the Podcast below.
If you ever feel like a fraud, then chances are that you are not alone. Imposter syndrome is a term used to describe feelings of inadequacy and fear of being exposed as a fraud or “impostor.” If this sounds familiar, don’t worry! There are some things that you can do to cope with these feelings and start feeling more confident in yourself. Read on for tips about how to deal with imposter syndrome so that it doesn’t keep holding you back from your goals.
When people experience impostor syndrome they live in constant fear that they will get found out for being a fraud, despite in most cases them being perfectly capable and in many cases, despite these impostor feelings they are actually competent people and they just don’t know how to handle this imposter phenomenon.
They don’t have mental health problems, they don’t understand the external factors or the behavioral science that would actually confirm they are in a vicious cycle, they must learn how to separate their feelings and accept their natural genius. Whether they take care of this themselves via a phone or video session with a coach or they choose to self-study imposter syndrome it is possible they can move beyond it to build confidence and lead a healthy happy life free of this awful phenomenon.
This is what impostor feelings are like
– You worry that others may discover you’re really a fraud, and your accomplishments are just luck
– Your self-confidence falls, and you have to fake confidence in order to feel good about yourself or what you do
– You fear being exposed as a “fraud.” If this sounds familiar, know that there are things out there now to help with these feelings of inadequacy! Read on for more information about how to deal with imposter syndrome so it doesn’t prevent you from reaching your goals.
What can you do to combat impostor syndrome?
What can be done? There are many concrete steps one can take toward overcoming the condition including cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), exercise, mindfulness meditation and self-care are all included in handling this you; can do this yourself.
Featuring Kim-Adele Platts: Experienced Board Leader & C-Suite Executive Coach with over a Decade in the Boardroom – Championing Human Spirit
Kim-Adele has been researching the impostor phenomenon for many years as she suffered from this too.
What triggers impostor syndrome?
It is a widely agreed-upon understanding that impostor syndrome starts in childhood and this can have a traumatic effect on the individual, particularly if they are not encouraged to take risks or explore their potential. This experience leaves them feeling like an impostor at work when faced with difficult tasks or questions, as they will be terrified of being found out for who they really are – something which has been drilled into them from early years.
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