448: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome with Cathy Heller
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A couple of weeks ago, I shared one of the most impactful interviews I’ve ever done, as a guest on Cathy Heller’s podcast, Don't Keep Your Day Job. The response from our community was so overwhelmingly positive, that I invited Cathy to be a guest on my podcast. If you've yet to hear that episode, titled “A Fresh Perspective on The Miracle Morning,” you can listen to it here.
In today’s episode, Cathy and I have a fun, enlightening discussion about a variety of topics that affects all of us at some point. The one that stood out to me was our discussion about “Overcoming Imposter Syndrome.” If you’ve ever felt like you weren’t special, worthy, deserving, or capable of creating everything you want for your life, this episode is for you.
- The biggest thing that holds people back from taking steps toward the life they desire.
- Actionable steps to rewire your brain and progress towards something that scares you.
- The most important ingredients to transcending imposter syndrome so you can live a life you love.
- Why being caring, authentic, and vulnerable is much more important than trying to impress people.
- How selflessly creating value in other people’s lives gives you the power to overcome imposter syndrome.
- A powerful story of how Howard Schultz went from living in Brooklyn public housing to growing Starbucks into a multi-billion dollar business.
- The five (5) approaches you can take to ensure you get to do what you love all the time.
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To get full access to today's show notes, including audio, transcript, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit MiracleMorning.com/448
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