October 17, 2020
by Melanie Reed
Most high achieving professionals have experienced bouts of self-doubt or what is often referred to as imposter syndrome. People who, despite external recognition and even accolades from others, they doubt their own abilities and success. This can not only hold them back from taking on new goals, but it can also cause a lot of anxiety, stress, guilt and low self-esteem. In this episode I share some simple strategies that have helped me keep my self-doubt in check when I set big goals.
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