Impostor Syndrome in business is a very challenging subject to talk about as many just do not feel able or willing to talk about it.
Do you ever feel like your not good enough, others are better and you should give up?
This week, I’m joined by Zeenat Noorani and Chandra Sharma, joint founders of The People Skills Course, to bring you some advice and practical tips on how to deal with Impostor Syndrome which is such a common problem amongst many business people. It can be a very challenging subject to talk about where many just don’t feel able or willing to address the fear of not be good enough or deserving enough. Not only that, but many find it hard to accept.
Did you know that nearly over 70% of people suffer from Imposter syndrome? And many of the reasons behind this is due to past experiences, stemming from childhood.
Both Zeenat and Chandra said that their aim is to help people address their fears around this limiting belief called of Imposter Syndrome. They know that this can be addressed through the having right coaching as well as tools and strategies at hand.
If you are starting out in business or maybe you have been running your business for a while and are suffering from a lack of confidence and feel like everybody else is better than you are, then this week’s show is for you.
Zeenat Noorani qualified from The Coaching Academy as a NLP Practitioner and Personal Performance Life Coach. NLP accredited and Member of the ANLP (The Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming). Qualified Mental Health First Aider and a Kinetic Shift Practitioner of rapid hypnosis. Mindfulness Practitioner. EFT Therapist. Also joint founder of The People Skills Course.
Chandra Sharma is the joint founder of The Peoples Skills course and the London Borough of Bromley’s representative for the Federation of Small Businesses. He spends so much time and effort working with business owners to promote them and get them collaborating.
Chandra is also the King of Workwear and you can find him here:
Together, we were discussing Impostor Syndrome, its effects, ways to think about it or not and taking your live comments and thoughts on dealing with it positively.
We were also discussing our own views on impostor syndrome, how we each think about it and how we got over it to go with the useful advice provided earlier on dealing with it to the point that hopefully, it becomes something that you just don’t think about anymore.
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