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imposter syndrome

0 In Funky Meditations

Are You Feeling Like An Imposter In Your New Endeavour?

When I first start anything, it might be an online business, or a new meditation practice, I always feel like I am the worst in that specific field. I am the only one in the whole world who has no idea what she’s doing. According to Wikipedia, Impostor syndrome (also known as impostor phenomenon or fraud syndrome or the imposter experience) is a concept describing high-achieving individuals who are marked by an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent…

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0 In Imposter Syndrome

Who Do You Think You Are? – Imposter Syndrome Hits All Digital Nomads

How Did I Get So Lucky? I have been doing a bunch of workshops for digital nomads on Shame, Vulnerability, Sexuality, Imposter Syndrome, and Creativity. One big question comes up over and over again for people living awesome, amazing lives in Chiang Mai (CM). And I think for most people living awesome lives that are bigger and better than their counterparts. What big question, you ask? It is the question that affects all of us when we are trying to…

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0 In Doubt/ Podcast

[Ep 6] Doubt Walks Besides Me Constantly, But I Don’t Falter

Doubt Is My Friend Now In this episode, I’ll be chatting about the concept of doubt and how it will stay with you forever and ever. It isn’t something that only occupies the unsuccessful; it is something that pervades every soul on this planet, no matter how successful they are. Even the most influential people! People might be at the pinnacle of success, but they are still going to wonder, ‘Am I an imposter? Do I even know what I’m talking…

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0 In Entrepreneurship/ Podcast

[Ep 4] Stop Comparing Yourself With The Gurus – That’s Just Torture

In this episode, I’ll be talking about one of the easiest way to feel bad about ourselves as new entrepreneurs. It’s called Comparison syndrome, that is, comparing your stuff to the experts who have been in the field years longer than you. These gurus have been slogging it out in the field for decades longer than us, but for some reason, we have this incessant desire to compare ourselves to them, and then make ourselves feel terrible about the comparison. It’s the…

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