Episode #194. Is that nagging, negative voice in your head keeping you from going after your goals? If I’m so great, why haven’t I done this… Why should I try if I’m just… Who am I to go for that crazy, impossible goal… In this on-air coaching call, you’ll get an inside look at how to break through imposter syndrome with perspective-shifting exercises and goal-focused action. Sick and tired of imposter syndrome holding you back? Press play and find out how to ditch those I’m-not-enough thoughts for a made-over, goal-getting mindset.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- What imposter syndrome is actually an indication of
- How to break through imposter syndrome by focusing on your top priority
- Why shifting a big ask into a win-win scenario can help you go after your goals
- How to flip the focus from your flaws to the needs of your audience
- Actionable exercises to begin breaking down your imposter syndrome
“That confidence of not knowing what you don’t know leads to beginner’s luck. As we become more of an expert, we know what we don’t know. We’re aware of what other people are doing and we’re comparing ourselves. That opens up the door for comparison and imposter syndrome to come in.”
“I don’t want anyone to think, ‘Oh, imposter syndrome comes up when you’re not doing well.’ I actually think it’s vice versa. Because when we’re pushing ourselves to that next level, thinking bigger and putting ourselves in those situations where we are being stretched, that’s what brings up imposter syndrome.”
“When we’re feeling the weight of imposter syndrome, it’s like we’re holding a magnifying glass on ourselves and we’re looking at every possible flaw. Of course, we’re going to be overwhelmed with negative thoughts! If we flip that spotlight around and put that on our audience, it’s no longer just about you.”
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More About Suzanne:
Suzanne Dressler is a professional actress, singer, podcast host, and business owner. She has traveled the country as an artist and has performed on some of the most famous stages in the country, including the Metropolitan Opera and 54 Below in NYC. She is the host of There’s a Word For That!, a thought-provoking podcast that focuses on a different word/expression each week and the way we relate to it.
She is also the owner and founder of Skyscraper Tutoring, LLC, a highly successful tutoring agency based in New York City. She loves gnocchi, almond milk, making lists, singing, yoga, boxing, and reading. Pink is her favorite color. Suzanne lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with her two kitties, Hamlet and Cressida.