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.
“If you don’t know who you are talking to, then how do you share something interesting with them?”
As an Executive Coach & Mentor, I totally get and understand that training and knowledge is key to one’s personal development and business growth. We all have a lot on our plates; we have so much to do, think about doing and get done.
You don’t know…nor do I. I don’t know what the best version of myself is. I am unlikely to know what the best version of you is.
A positive attitude is the key to living a successful and happy life. So why does it feel like our brains are so good at focusing on negative situations?
While New Year’s resolutions are very easy to make, they’re a lot harder to keep up. So I thought I’d help you out by providing some tips on the subject of making New Year’s resolutions.
Note: This is the final part of our the article “Get in a Routine – Form a Habit”. If you haven’t read Part 1, check it out here. This pandemic has created an unsettled nature of its own, this experience makes it challenging to ground into a new routine or get started on bold ambitions.