Imposter Syndrome in Business: What Is It & Tips For Overcoming

Have you ever felt like a fraud in your own business? Learn a few tips to overcome imposter syndrome as a business owner.

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Sunshine: Do you feel like an imposter in your own business?

Crystal: Welcome to The Love of Business. I’m Crystal.

Sunshine: And I’m Sunshine. Let’s get to it.

Imposter syndrome? Okay, I know that means like kind of you’re not real in the part, but I still don’t know how this really relates to business. So, what do you mean?

Crystal: Sure. So, imposter syndrome is when someone feels like a fraud where they don’t belong somewhere, despite all the successes and other people’s positive view of you.

Sunshine: Interesting. So, like people actually feel like this?

Crystal: A lot of people do.

Sunshine: Oh, my God. Fix it, Coach Crystal.

Crystal: So, three easy tips to overcome imposter syndrome. Number one, focus on your accomplishments. Number two, stop comparing yourself to other people. And number three, talk to a trusted mentor or friend.

Sunshine: Wow, thanks for sharing.

What’s your number one takeaway from today’s video? Leave us a comment. And thanks for watching.

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Crystal Shanks

Crystal Shanks, Certified Business Coach and CEO of Run Right Business Consulting, has been coaching business owners and executives around the world to achieve optimum results since 2009. Coach Crystal teaches her clients proven strategies to build thriving businesses and careers. She has worked with thousands of businesses and executives to generate substantial revenues and maximize profits.

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  1. Nice you two! After all these years, and I mean I could roll the table back about 15 years, U2 are still up to very good work and still maintain the same dynamic, oil and water demeanor that somehow mixes into a fantastic marinade. With love, Craig Ackerman

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