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You Are What You Speak

Imposter syndrome. It's that voice in the back of our minds, whispering doubts and insecurities, casting shadows on our accomplishments and making us feel we are not enough.


Imposter syndrome can be isolating, but you should know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. It is more common than you might think, especially when it comes to public speaking.


  • "I'm not as good as...."

  • "I could never do that."

  • "I feel like an imposter."


These are confessions I hear daily from clients seeking guidance and even strangers sharing their fears in passing conversations.


When I assure them they're not alone, they're often surprised and ask, "Really? You hear this from others?"


My answer is always a resounding, "Yes! I hear it from 80%+ of my clients! Including CEOs and executives!" That's when their minds are really blown.

The truth is, imposter syndrome doesn't discriminate based on success or status. Heck, some of my most successful clients suffer from the highest levels of imposter syndrome. But here's the good news: It can be overcome.


The first step is reclaiming your power by recognizing that your doubts do not define you. That the stories you are telling yourself are just that - stories, many of which are untrue.


The next step is to face your fears head on and prove to yourself that you are not an imposter. You are capable, worthy and deserving of every opportunity that comes your way, so shoot your shot.


Take the first courageous step to reclaim your power! Step out of your comfort zone and do something that scares you. Whether it's saying "yes" to that presentation you've been turning down, scheduling that webinar you've been putting off, posting a video of yourself to social media or something else - take the leap of faith and trust in yourself that you can do it (because you CAN).

Don't let imposter syndrome hold you back any longer! Squash those doubts, silence those negative voices and step into the spotlight you deserve.

Speak Success,



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