Marginal gains, small percentage shifts in how you perceive yourself opens a whole new field of opportunity and possibility for those willing to go through the work to address and overcome impostor syndrome.
What made it even more galling was the fact that most apparent cause of this experience was that many of my peers, colleagues, and bosses were, in the main, white-male, and “not as educated” as me.
Like all stories, the formation of your belief system has a beginning, middle and end; heroes, heroines, villains and bit-part players; a main theme and subplots.
There are three layers of behaviour change: A change in your outcomes A change in your processes, or A change in your identity.
Your belief system has a huge impact on your everyday life – from the way you react to people and situations to the way you make the smallest decision. If your behaviour is controlled by a fundamental belief you have about yourself, you will find it almost impossible to change the behaviour without first changing […]
Your thoughts are powerful, so are your words, mind chatter and the things you say to yourself. These thoughts are a support tool that guides you towards your goals. When you don’t believe you can, you won’t.
n fact, around 95% of us will procrastinate at one point or another, according to research by psychologist Dr Pier Steels.
While it is a common occurrence, avoiding work that needs to be done can have a serious impact on our health. Research shows that the peaks of anxiety from chronic-procrastination can cause stress-related health problems such as headaches, digestive issues, insomnia and regular illness.