#18: Impostor Syndrome No More
Most women who are high performing, well-educated experts and achievers regularly suffer from Impostor Syndrome and don’t even know it.
We’ve believed the story that we must show up as super women who have it all together in our business and personal lives!
And in today’s marketplace we’re driven to rely more and more on our online presences.
When you’re in business you’ve got to constantly market your business aggressively while remaining “authentic”.
You think you need to show up as perfect and likable as possible, but you also need to feel free to take action outside of your comfort zone and still be ok to fail.
It’s all set up to make you feel like a fraud. In this episode I go deep into explaining what Impostor syndrome is, where does it come from and show up in your life and how you can move through it. Making it possible for you to act, show up in a bigger way, shine, serve and live your life on purpose while generating the money your expertise deserves.
Adamaris MendozaFinancial Therapist Life and Business Strategy Coach
Adamaris is a life and business strategist/coach and psychotherapist (which is key because success is 90% inner game and 10% strategy).
She helps service based professionals, digital course creators, group program hosts, designers and coaches/consultants go from hiding to shining so they can create a business that generates freedom money!
So they can lead and have the impact they want and generate the money to create the life they’ve always dreamed of.
In 2016, she decided to phase out her psychotherapy practice and launched a 100% online business. One of the biggest challenges she encountered was self promotion! Adamaris was not raised nor taught how to showcase her expertise in a way that felt good and resulted in sales.
After investing thousands and learning from the best, Adamaris crafted a unique strategy that she used to build a 6+ figure business in under 12 months. She now shares with you the blueprint that guides her and gets her clients the results they desperately want.