For a lot of people, even successful ones, there’s a feeling that never goes away. It’s imposter syndrome, not feeling like the true expert that you are. For years, I let that feeling hold me back from getting featured on podcasts or launching my first solo podcast. The conventional advice didn’t work for me. I never bought the idea that if I just knew a little more than my clients, I was now an “expert.” But I remembered something from my musician background that really helped me. What lesson can we learn from the most talented musicians, and how can we apply it to business? Why is that the people with the highest skill level, the biggest bag of tricks, are the most humble?
The best musicians in the world are often the most humble. Why is that the people with the highest skill level, the biggest bag of tricks, are the most humble? How can we balance humility, and confidence? What does WHO we serve have to do with imposter syndrome?
On this episode, I talk about how to overcome imposter syndrome, the power of skipping the many to connect to the FEW, and why the twinge of imposter syndrome is only temporary.
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