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How confident are you? By Guest author Natalie Gahrmann

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How confident are you? By Guest author Natalie Gahrmann

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Many ambitious high achieving professionals fear that they are not really as bright and capable as others tend to think they are. As they climb the career ladder they have apprehension and self-doubt. Although they have accomplishments, they tend to attribute these achievements to luck. All this weighs heavily on an already full plate.

Seemingly very successful business leaders at every level of the organization, entrepreneurs, rising stars worry that they’re not as great as others think they are. Although they’ve faced every challenge, received recognition and promotions, their customers’ think they’re a super star they fear that they will be found out!

The imposter syndrome can hold you back from pursuing dreams and goals. It prohibits you from feeling pride and a sense of accomplishment. It can cause you to work harder than anyone else to convince yourself that if you were really as smart and capable as everyone else believes, you wouldn’t have to work so hard. The fear can be paralyzing and terrifying, if you allow it!

Don’t allow it! Be as bright and capable as others already believe you are!

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2 Responses to “How confident are you? By Guest author Natalie Gahrmann”

  1. Pat,

    I would be shocked to even think you are not seriously confident – I’m figuring this would be applicable to others and was posted for their benefit.

    Liz Buddenhagen

  2. Pat,

    I would be shocked to even think you are not seriously confident – I’m figuring this would be applicable to others and was posted for their benefit.

    Liz Buddenhagen

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