Hello ass kickers! Today I’m bring you and oldie, but goodie— a re-airing of a podcast from many moons ago— an episode with my friend Tanya Geisler. She’s talking with us about the Imposter Complex, a syndrome that many of us have experience with. If you’re not sure what that is— just listen to the first few minutes and you’ll be sure to say to yourself, “Oh, wait, that’s me too!”
Tanya is Leadership Coach who’s coached hundreds of people who were ready to step into the starring roles of their lives. She’s an in-demand TEDx speaker who talks with great passion about the Impostor Complex, personal leadership, on all things joy, meaning and purpose (just try to stop her).
Here’s what you’ll hear in the podcast:
- Tanya explains what the Imposter Complex is and how it keeps you on the verge of greatness
- We both tell how we have dealt with it and give examples from our own lives (there’s an excellent chance that you’ve also experienced the Imposter Complex!)
- Tanya shares 6 specific lies that the Imposter Complex tells you (One of the steps to getting over the Imposter Complex)
- Why most women have trouble reaching out and asking for help from a friend
- The biggest difference between you and women you admire… is it just a decision?
- How I got to a place where I was ready to step into my starring role and what that looks like
- Why you must celebrate your accomplishments and an assignment for you.
There are so many good nuggets in this episode. I hope you’ll listen in and then go check out Tanya’s website here.
Tanya Geisler is a certified Life and Business Coach (CPCC, ACC) with a penchant for clarity (her Clarity Sessions have been likened to “divining rods of truth”). She’s coached hundreds of people who were ready to step into the starring roles of their lives. She wrote The Joy Pages, created Board of Your Life and the Step into Your Starring Role program, is a blogger for the wildly popular The Daily Love, has served as contributor and was featured in Canadian Living, and is an in-demand speaker who talks with great passion on all things joy, meaning and purpose (just try to stop her). She recently spoke about the Impostor Complex at TEDxWomen.
It is her indomitable belief that if everyone knew their own unique recipe for their personal brand of joy, they’d hold the key to shining in their life, in their work and in their life’s work. (It really does change everything.)