The Imposter Syndrome has become a well-recognised term.

More people are talking about it, admitting they experience it and letting others know they have been successful in spite of starting out feeling they weren’t good enough. Or that it came up at various critical times in their career journey and they were able to ride it out.

What sits behind those stories where someone has genuinely moved beyond feeling like an imposter, is a deeper story that is so much more than the quick fix that populates most of the articles on the subject.

The truth is, getting past the Imposter Syndrome is a journey and probably one of the most meaningful journeys you’ll ever undertake.

The syndrome has a huge impact on our self-esteem, confidence and our ability to live up to our own talent. It stops so many people who could have made it to the top, or even to more satisfying careers or businesses. It’s a very real problem. It doesn’t have to hold you back though. There is a path through it.

That path starts with unpacking the Why, What, How and What next of the Imposter Syndrome.

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What's the Imposter Syndrome all about?

“People perform to the level of their mindset, not their capabilities”
Suzanne Mercier
Research has proven repeatedly that around 70% of people have experienced the Imposter Syndrome.

Do you experience it?
Quick Quiz

Take 10 simple questions to find out if you are one of the 70% who experience feeling like an imposter.

Is this something that's holding you back?

Why do I experience it?

Imposter Syndrome arises at the junction of Nature and Nurture.
Learn what contributes to our feeling of not being good enough and what sets it off.

How do you cope?

When we experience feeling like an imposter, we immediately and unconsciously react to protect ourselves, to reduce our feeling of vulnerability and restore the illusion of control.

What has it cost me?

"The Imposter Syndrome is a case of mistaken identity"
Suzanne Mercier
The Imposter Syndrome is a limiting belief about who we are. We define ourselves as not being good enough and we pay a hefty price for the feeling.

What lies beyond?

The journey beyond the Imposter Syndrome is not a quick fix (The 3 Tips or the 5 Tricks ...)
It's a journey back to who you really are underneath the layers. It's an investment you're worthy of.

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