Have you ever thought to yourself, “One of these days people will realize I do not know as much as they think,” then you are in excellent company!
The Imposter Syndrome is a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to see their own accomplishments, dismissing them as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe.
This problem is only getting worse as more of us are tied to our online presences; we are in this culture where you have got to sell yourself aggressively while remaining authentic. You need to be yourself and more.
One of my biggest struggles in my day-to-day life is managing my priorities. And by that, I mean I take stuff wayyyy too seriously. Car bill due? I’m thinking about it all day. Carpet to vacuum? Also on my mental to-do list.
If you spend all your time prioritizing your responsibilities, you’re likely ignoring some things that are very important to your life. Like your family, your friends, your “you” time, etc.
Try out focusing on these 7 areas to see if you can achieve a happier life.
Success is hard work. It takes years, it takes time, and it takes money, blood, sweat and tears. It takes everything! It is lonely at the top but I think it is lonelier when you are in the middle trying to get to the top.
You need to be able to stand out as in stand above. Here’s how.
Are you thinking about leaving your corporate job to start your own company? Have you already made the jump into business ownership? No question about it, leaving nice coworkers and a stable paycheck not to mention benefits, can be scary. I am with you. In 2008 I left my corporate job of 6 years. Looking back, it was the defining moment of my life. Up until that point earning an income had been relativity easy for me. Companies paid me to work and I did not have to worry about the bottom line.
Here is the truth. With the experiences and personal growth I have gone through in the last few years the fact remains that I am now so enamored of blazing my own trail that I could never go back. Now I work on my own terms and I am hopelessly, incurably, unemployable.