Imposter syndrome is a phenomenon characterized by persistent self-doubt, and it’s a common experience that affects individuals from all walks of life. But it particularly manifests itself among women who aspire to make a difference in the world. Women who are driven to create positive change often find themselves grappling with imposter syndrome, which can hinder their progress and hold them back from reaching their full potential.
Today on the show, we tackle this issue with growth strategist and holistic therapist Lexi Soulios and discuss how much imposter syndrome affects us, and what we should do to push through this thinking and succeed.
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Despite the challenges posed by imposter syndrome, it’s important for women to recognize and challenge their self-doubts. Overcoming imposter syndrome requires a combination of self-reflection, cultivating a supportive network, and celebrating one's accomplishments, and it’s time women start doing this work today. It’s time we change our story from one that says we’re not good enough, to one that says we made it because we stepped up despite our imperfections.
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