How To Overcome Impostor Syndrome

Do you ever worry that people will realize you’re not as capable as they think you are? Margie shares on overcoming Impostor Syndrome and feeling worthy of every bit of success you achieve.

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  1. Robin Aldrich
    Robin Aldrich says:

    I love this site. Just found it!! Thank you for the talk about Imposter Syndrome. I struggle with it presently. Ten years after starting and growing an incredibly successful company, I sold it to spend more time with my US Army soldier husband. Despite my past successes, I have the same fear, along with another telling me what I did in business was a fluke. I can’t repeat success and have little to share with others. A friend reminded me today to stay focused on all the things I can do. Afterward, I spent time rearranging my writing room, surrounding myself with my college degree, news articles, magazine pieces and other reminders of a life well spent. What a boost it’s been. While it’s refreshing to know I’m not alone, I encourage your other viewers not to give up on themselves. Focus on what you can do, not what you can’t. Be strong, have faith and walk through your fear. A phenomenal life awaits you!! Thank you Margie Wardell!

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