8th November 2022  12 - 2pm

I would think it is fair to say that many of us feel like an imposter in some situations. This is a normal way to feel particularly when we are starting something new. Where it becomes a problem is when we continue to have a belief that we are not good at something when others, through their actions or by telling us, that we do have the skill or ability. When we carry around the limiting belief that we might be found out, we spend a lot of our energy hiding our ability rather than embracing it. Taking risks without fear of making a mistake helps us to grow and develop confidence, which is the backbone of motivation and learning about who we are and what we are capable of.

Standing Up to Imposter Syndrome