Impostor Syndrome: The Silent Saboteur

Impostor Syndrome: The Silent Saboteur

What makes Impostor Syndrome a silent saboteur is that it often goes unrecognized and undiagnosed, even if someone is working with a therapist or coach. Impostor traits may present as chronic anxiety, low self-worth, perfectionism, fear of failure, abrasive personality or difficulties with working collaboratively. The way through? We live in a thought-related experience of reality. Fortunately we can learn to differentiate thoughts and become mindful of those that undermine confidence and worth.

How to Weather a Thought Storm

How to Weather a Thought Storm

Back to the subject of thoughts, and the 50,000 – 60,000 or so we have every day, from time to time a “negative” thought will pop up. A thought like “I should never had said that”. Instead of letting the thought go by (and briefly experiencing the angst that accompanied it), you might start “thinking about your thinking” and create a Thought Storm.

How Beliefs Colour Your World View

How Beliefs Colour Your World View

Following cataract surgery many years ago, my Mom exclaimed “everything is brighter and more colourful”. Upon recallng this, it struck me that beliefs, especially limiting ones are like that too. They filter or cloud our perspective and drive habits that...

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