The Impostor Syndrome. Feel like a fraud? You are NOT alone.

The Impostor Syndrome. Feel like a fraud?  You are NOT alone.

Do you sometimes feel you’re two or perhaps only one step ahead of the customer who you’re charging for your professional services?

Perhaps you dread being caught out.  Or when someone praises you for a job well done, you really don’t believe them. Don’t feel alone.  So many business owners and professionals feel that have to ‘fake it to make it’.  In fact, it is so common it has a name, ‘The Impostor Syndrome’.

This month the Word Carnies tackle this puzzling problem to explore what it is and what to do it you suffer from it.

Tea Silvestre, aka the Word Chef:
Confessions Of A Marketing Fraud
@teasilvestre
facebook.com/mywordchef

Nick Armstrong of WTF Marketing:
Think You Are A Total Failure, You’re Probably Right
@WTFMarketing
plus.google.com/+Wtfmarketing

Sandy McDonald of Why You Must Blog:
You’re Not An Imposter. You’re An Innovator
@whyyoumustblog
facebook.com/whyyoumustblog

Michelle Church of Virtually Distinguished:
Feeling Like A Fraud
@virtuallyassist
http://facebook.com/virtuallydistinguished

Carol Lynn Rivera of Web Search Social:
Sending Signals You’re Not Worth Doing Business Worth
@CarolLynnRivera
facebook.com/WebSearchSocial

Michelle Nickolaisen of Bombchelle:
That Sneaky Bastard Impostor Syndrome
@_chelleshock
facebook.com/bombchellebiz

Ashley Welton of Miniskirt Ninja Media:
The Only Answer You’ll Ever Need
@miniskirtninja
facebook.com/miniskirtninja

Annie Sisk of Stage Presence Marketing:
Three Confessions and  A Donald Sutherland Clip
@AnnieSisk
facebook.com/StagePresenceMarketing

 

 

 

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