Why Mindset Isn’t Enough To Shift Imposter Syndrome [Episode 015]

Mindset isn't enough to shift Imposter Syndrome, according to our landmark research study. And today's Ditching Imposter Syndrome podcast episodes explains why.

It's for you if you've ever tried positive thinking and found it didn't work, if your inner critic didn't respond well to willpower, and if you still find yourself subconsciously self-sabotaging, especially on the things that matter most to you.

Here's What We'll Cover About Why Mindset Isn't Enough To Shift Imposter Syndrome

  • What my research showed about the problems with using 'mindset' to deal with Imposter Syndrome
  • Why it's not your fault if positive thinking hasn't worked for you to shift this
  • And how my Imposter Syndrome Iceberg model holds the key to setting yourself free from Imposter Syndrome, once and for all

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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.

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