Mar 12, 2020
I don’t know about you, but I’ve certainly second guessed and doubted myself...and many times have wondered whether I’m good enough... and I’m sure that all of this has got in the way of me achieving goals in the past, or at the very least slowed me down.
In speaking, whether that’s on stage, in a webinar, video or on a podcast, imposter syndrome rears its head often and that’s why a big part of my work with students and on here is helping you manage and master your mindset.
That’s why I invited Clare Josa onto the show this week and I
know you’re going to love it. Clare is the UK's leading authority
on Imposter Syndrome, having spent the past fifteen years working
with business leaders to help them to overcome it, as well as
leading the landmark 2019 Imposter Syndrome Research Study and
publishing her new book: Ditching Imposter Syndrome.
An expert in the neuroscience and psychology of performance, her original training as an engineer, specialising in Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing, means her approach is grounded in practical common sense, creating breakthroughs not burnout.
She is the author of eight books and has been interviewed by the likes of The Independent, The Daily Telegraph and Radio 4, amongst others. Clare speaks internationally on how to change the world by changing yourself.
What we talk about:
All things Clare:
ABC Process - http://www.clarejosa.com/thespeakingclub/
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/clarejosa/
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