“Sure, I’ve had success, but I don’t deserve it. People are going to figure out that I don’t really know what I’m doing.”
Does that sounds like you?
Is it your secret fear that your career is less about capability and hard work and more about timing or even luck?
It has been estimated that 70 percent of working women — and quite a few men — suffer from feelings of being a fraud in their careers.
For the March Women on Fire Membership interview, Founder Debbie Phillips talked with Dr. Valerie Young, a leading expert on a phenomenon known as the Impostor Syndrome.
When Debbie recently asked what topics women wanted her to explore, this subject topped the responses.
If you’re not yet part of our Women on Fire membership yet, be our guest and listen in as Dr. Young explains what the Impostor Syndrome is:
In the full interview, you’re going to learn:
- Typical thought patterns of the Impostor Syndrome
- Ways feeling like a fraud is holding you back
- Competency types most prone to intense self-doubt
- Stories of women who are fighting these secret fears
- Inspiring yet practical strategies to break free of this crippling cycle
- Tips for parents to raise confident children and so much more
Dr. Young has spent more than 30 years studying this debilitating phenomenon. She has the answers to help you free yourself of feeling less than how amazing you truly are.
If you are already a member of our Women on Fire monthly membership, the full interview will soon arrive in your mailbox!
If you aren’t yet a member and want to receive this Women on Fire exclusive, click here to join us today.
P.S. If you join today, you will have access to this powerful interview, the March 14, 2017 Women on Fire live video masterclass where you have the opportunity to be coached by me, and the private Women on Fire Facebook page. Join now.