Have I ever gotten over it as a business owner and mentor?
I believe that we never really get over Imposter Syndrome if we’re always wanting to grow and elevate, because with each elevation comes that uncomfortable feeling of, “I don’t belong here.”
I’ve felt it and my guess is you have too.
Despite all those feelings, I kept going and learned a few tricks along the way that keep me focused on my goal and showing up as my authentic self.
So much of that growth happened during that first year in business and has shaped me in ways I’m so grateful for today.
Today on the podcast we’re wrapping up the First Year in Business tell-all with Part Two. If you missed part one, be sure to listen to that first.
I’m sharing those tough decisions like investing when we didn’t have the money to do so, how I built and continue to build my community and how I got over imposter syndrome.
Tips for Your First Year in Business: Part Two
Tune in to Episode 24, of the podcast to hear:
- What I did when I was hitting low parts of my business or receiving unexpected tax bills and refocusing on my commitment.
- How I worked out what needed to be done and in what order to scale my business to 6-figure cash.
How I never got over feeling like an imposter and what I do when Imposter Syndrome hits.
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