Living with Imposter Syndrome

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The imposter syndrome arises as a by-product of judgement we place on ourselves, or we receive from others.  Additionally, when we step into new and unknown territories, challenging ourselves beyond our comfort zone; we find ourselves looking for evidence of obstacles. The Imposter syndrome gives a vision of not being good enough. It layouts reasons to disregard our goals.
A great quote to live by is: “Faith is not the absence of doubt nor fear”. Acknowledged the fear, doubts, and thoughts. But take action anyways. Focus on the aspects you can control. Tell yourself, yes, there might be a gap in skills for this next level. But I can acquire these skills. Focus on your hard work. Focus on showing up daily and committed.
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Hi, I’m Kimberly Ihekwoaba and I am a multimedia storyteller. I entertain, educate, and empower people around the world through the power of storytelling. Check out my blog for my latest posts. When I am away from my imaginative world, I help people to improve their health and have a better quality of life. Connect with me to learn how natural health therapy supports healing within the body and productivity so you are equipped with the energy and focus to get the most out of your day.

 

 

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