#045: Why Imposter Syndrome is a Lie | The Career Reset
Ep 45 - Why Imposter Syndrome is a lie

Imposter syndrome is a lie.  

I’m not trying to say you’re not suffering from it.  But your suffering may be optional drama that you don’t really need.

All I’m saying is your brain is serving up a lie that you’re believing, and thus creating a bunch of optional drama that doesn’t need to be there.


Most people “suffer” from Imposter Syndrome in their career, but it doesn’t have to be a bad thing.

In this episode I’m going to show you why Imposter Syndrome doesn’t have to be a problem at all.  In fact, it could just be a sign that your brain is working perfectly.

I’ll show you how you can reposition Imposter Syndrome as a sign of your success. No more suffering.  No more thinking something is wrong with you. 

Only signs that we are on the right track.

what you will discover in this episode

  • What really causes imposter syndrome
  • The reason imposter syndrome is a sign that you’re on the right track
  • Imposter Syndrome is actually a sign that your brain is working perfectly
  • The questions to ask that decrease the drama around imposter syndrome.


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