Imposter Syndrome Inspiration

Imposter Syndrome Inspiration is for you, whether you think you might be running Imposter Syndrome yourself, or whether you need to be able to spot the warning signs and support your colleagues, clients or loved-ones to set themselves free from it.

It's all about becoming the real you, so you can have the impact and influence your ideas deserve.

Each Monday you'll get practical inspiration for:

Imposter Syndrome Inspiration
  • Everything you need to know about Imposter Syndrome, whether it's for you, colleagues or clients
  • Being able to spot the early warning signs, so you can take action before you self-sabotage
  • Turning your Inner Critic into a genuine cheerleader, without white-washing 'positive thinking' over the cracks
  • Cranking up your confidence
  • Slashing your stress levels and preventing burnout
  • Practical things you can do to press 'pause' and starting turning Imposter Syndrome around, fast

All of this is backed by the latest research and insights from the worlds of practical psychology, the neuroscience of performance, demystified ancient wisdom, and a generous dollop of humour.

Clare Josa's original background as a mechanical engineer means that Imposter Syndrome Inspiration is grounded in common sense and fluff-free - creating breakthroughs in minutes, not months.

Fill in your first name and email below, and your first instalment of Imposter Syndrome Inspiration will be with you faster than you can ask, "Is it imposter or impostor?"!

Plus if you're an action-taker, make sure you tick the box for Clare's free 5-part training to get your Ditching Imposter Syndrome journey off to a great start in the next few minutes!

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