The Antidote To Drowning In Busyness & Overwhelm [Episode 006]

Today is the first instalment of the Going Beyond Goals mini-series – and we’re looking at the critical difference between visions and goals – and how to make them ‘imp-proof’.

This is for you if you have a big goal in mind for the year ahead and you’ve found yourself resisting, or procrastinating, or feeling a teeny bit scared about taking inspired action on it.

You’re going to discover why manifesting and vision boards can fall over, how to pick a goal that’s going to motivate you to grow, without freaking out, how to spot Imposter Syndrome before gets in your way, plus my golden secret on how to make even scary goals ‘imp-proof’.


Subscribe: iTunes  | Stitcher | TuneIn


The Ditch Your Imps! tribe resource for today’s instalment is a 5-minute, life-changing video on how to make visualisation work for you, even if you (like me) don’t think in pictures. You’ll find it in our Facebook group.




A vision is the WHY behind a goal's WHAT. That emotional connection is what gets us taking #InspiredAction on our dreams, even if we're scared.Click To Tweet


Changing the world isn't so much about what you do, as about who you allow yourself to become. Click To Tweet


Get Clare's Ditch Your Imps! newsletter for subscriber-only bonuses, ninja tips & more!

About the author

Clare Josa

Clare is considered a global authority in the fields of Imposter Syndrome, burnout and toxic resilience, and has been an international keynote speaker for over 20 years.

The author of 8 books, a reformed engineer and the former Head of Market Research for one of the world's most disruptive brands, she blends research-backed practical inspiration with demystified ancient wisdom, to help you create breakthroughs in ways that are fast, fun and forever.

Want to find out your Imposter Syndrome Score? Take Clare's free research-backed, quiz-style assessment and get your score plus a personalised action plan in the next 3 minutes.

Want to stay in the loop with the latest news and events? Get Clare's free occasional What's On newsletter:

What Do You Want To Do Next?