I cannot begin to tell you how many times a week (read: day) I still struggle with impostor syndrome. No matter how many companies I start, how many degrees or certificates I hold, or how many times I beat my kids at Checkers (what?!), I still have to deal with this little voice in my head that wants to know, "just who the hell do you think you are?!"
Can you relate?
One of my favorite tools for ridding the mind of this pesky, little mistress of self-doubt is the release,
I see you. Sitting there alone, caught up in the vortex between self doubt and self loathing. It wasn’t supposed to be this hard. It wasn’t supposed to be this lonely. Everyone was really supportive when you first started, they encouraged you and gave you the confidence you needed to take the big leap. But between somewhere between the unrelenting standards you’ve placed on yourself to be perfect at everything you do, the guilt which you let strangle you because you’re chasin
It’s ok to fail… There I said it, and as we both take a collective sigh of relief, let me say it again. It’s ok to fail. Wow, it keeps getting easier every time you hear it, doesn’t it? But what do I really mean when I say it’s ok to fail, and what has this got to do with being an empowered female leader, growing your successful side hustle, or finding a balance between the demands at home and at work? First, tell me this. Does this sound familiar? You are trying to level up