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We can often name what our big dreams are to our friends or our mentors and advisors. However, we often immediately discount or let go of them because the “safe” thing to do is to maintain the status quo. It’s a path we know well. How do you work against the status quo bias? Check out these tips.
In the latest episode of the BossedUp Podcast, Emilie Aries about how to stop surviving and start thriving. We cover everything from the steps you can take to overcome adversity, make big changes, and propel yourself forward to success with resiliency. A big...
We all struggle with self image issues, self doubt, and feelings that we’re not good enough. Sometimes self doubt can prevent us from trying to push toward our biggest dreams. That’s part of the reason I wrote The Resiliency Effect.
The problem with self-doubt is, it usually doesn’t matter how often we hear we’re smart or successful or great at what we do from our loved ones, our colleagues, our peers and our bosses. Self doubt persists, but we can do something about it when it strikes.
imposter syndrome is something almost everyone experiences. It’s not one of those gut feelings you should blindly trust. The research shows it’s an indicator something exciting has happened or is about to happen. While we may never be cured from it, we can work to lessen its effect on our lives. Don’t let it be a dream-killer.
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