Best Person for the Job of CEO in Your Small Business
Tips for Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
Free report with tips for overcoming imposter syndrome so that you can become the best person for the role of CEO of your business.
Includes an email series of ten further tips over the next 30 days (so be sure to click the box to agree to marketing, to ensure that you receive these tips).
Imposter Syndrome as a small business owner, can hit in a variety of ways. It's what gives you a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach when you market your services, need to give a presentation, or sell your services on a discovery call. At the same time, it’s also manifested in the way you cringe when you need to carry out a task you’ve never done before.
In all of these scenarios, the core idea here is fear. Fear of having others see you're not good enough. Fear you don't have the skills to do what you need to do. Fear you don't have control of the situation or the ability to prove (again) you have what it takes to be successful.
Imposter Syndrome for small business owners is especially damaging, as your livelihood depends on you being successful to some degree. It’s also the cause of too much stress, too many lost weekends where you put in hours upon hours. It’s also the reason you micromanage or won’t outsource any tasks and can’t let go of mistakes. Especially your own.