How would life, your business or your career be then?
Step 1: Figure out if the Imposter Syndrome is real for you.
Step 2: See if you can work out what it’s cost you.
See if you can put your response into something tangible so you can measure or experience your response (relationships, time, money, reputation, opportunities are examples)When you realise you’ve had enough, then it’s time to go on a journey back to you.
My name is Suzanne Mercier. About 20 years ago, I discovered the Imposter Syndrome, although I didn’t know what it was called at that stage. All I knew was that I seemed to have far less confidence than others, even though my results should have convinced me otherwise.