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  • 00:32

    TC 289: Cafe Book Club - Presence Part 4: Can I Break Up with My Impostor Self?

    in Self Help

    Join us for part 4 of our Transformation Cafe Book Club with Presence by Amy Cuddy.  This week we'll be exploring our perceived imposter.  Cary Grant once said,"Everyone wants to be Cary Grant, Even I want to be Cary Grant".   We'll be moving from feeling like a imposter to breaking up with our impostor self. If we only knew how many people feel like impostors we'd have to conclude two things...Tune in to find how to resolve those secret fears and embrace our true selves.  We've saved you a seat here at the cafe...a fun place to celebrate our true selves.

  • 01:01

    FSL38: Overcoming spirtual perfectionism; Impostor Syndrome

    in Christianity

    Sean's wife, Stacey, joins him to talk about how to overcome perfectionism and accept ourselves as God accepts us. Sean talks about a recent post he wrote after reading a piece on "Impostor Syndrome."

  • The Real Deal or Fabulous Fake? How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome.

    in Motivation

    Sometimes, when we're going big and stepping into our authenticity we can feel like a fraud.  "Impostor Syndrome" effects up to 70% of the population according to studies. The outside world can say, "yes, I see who you are and you're so awesome!" and something inside us wonders how we were able to fool them.


    In this episode, host Jessica Nevins & co-host Therese Tucker dig into what is underneath "Impostor Syndrome." We will take a look and see if it's modesty run rampant or the not so pretty lack of self-acceptance.  We'll be here to hold your hand through the process, so call in with your questions when we're LIVE!


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  • #29: OVERCOMING IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

    in Self Help

    Be free from feeling like a fraud with 3 confidence strategies to overcome Impostor Syndrome in your daily thought life.  Today's episode of The Confidence Podcast digs deep into the confidence issues that keep us from celebrating and unleashing the greatness that we really have within.

    NOTES FROM THE SHOW:
    The impostor feelings can be divided into three sub categories:

    1.  Feeling like a fake: the belief that one does not deserve his or her success or professional position and that somehow other have been deceived into thinking otherwise. This goes together with a fear of being, "found out", discovered or "unmasked". People who feel this way would identify with statements such as: "I can give the impression that I am more competent than I really am."  "I am often afraid that others will discover how much knowledge I really lack".

    2.  Attributing success to luck: Another aspect of the impostor syndrome is the tendency to attribute success to luck or to other external reasons and not to your own internal abilities. Someone with such feeling would refer to an achievement by saying, "I just got lucky this time" "it was a fluke" and with fear that they will not be able to succeed the next time.

    3.  Discounting Success: The third aspect is a tendency to downplay success and discount it. One with such feelings would discount an achievement by saying, "it is not a big deal," "it was not important." One example of this is discounting the fact that they made it here, which is really a big success.  Or saying, "I did well because it is an easy class, etc."  Or, you might have a hard time accepting compliments.

    Three Strategies for Overcoming Impostor Syndrome:

    #1: Know that you are good enough

    #2: Stop holding your breath

    #3: Celebrate big and small wins

     

    BREAKOUT ENROLLMENT:  http://www.trishblackwell.com/breakout

     
    DO YOU WANT SOMETHING FREE?  YEP. I THINK YOU DESERVE IT. 
    I am givi

  • 01:05

    The Impostor President Gets Caught

    in Politics Conservative

    During the 2008 presidential campaign, the New York Times ran an article on what psychologists call the "impostor phenomenon." To measure it, they ask test subjects questions like, "At times, I feel my success has been due to some kind of luck" or "I can give the impression that I'm more competent than I really am." I submit that Mr Obama is .....THE GREAT IMPOSTER!

  • 01:11

    The Impostor President Part 2

    in Politics Conservative

    During the 2008 presidential campaign, the New York Times ran an article on what psychologists call the "impostor phenomenon." To measure it, they ask test subjects questions like, "At times, I feel my success has been due to some kind of luck" or "I can give the impression that I'm more competent than I really am." I submit that Mr Obama is .....THE GREAT IMPOSTER!

  • 00:39

    #29: OVERCOMING IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

    in Self Help

    Be free from feeling like a fraud with 3 confidence strategies to overcome Impostor Syndrome in your daily thought life.  Today's episode of The Confidence Podcast digs deep into the confidence issues that keep us from celebrating and unleashing the greatness that we really have within.

    NOTES FROM THE SHOW:
    The impostor feelings can be divided into three sub categories:

    1.  Feeling like a fake: the belief that one does not deserve his or her success or professional position and that somehow other have been deceived into thinking otherwise. This goes together with a fear of being, "found out", discovered or "unmasked". People who feel this way would identify with statements such as: "I can give the impression that I am more competent than I really am."  "I am often afraid that others will discover how much knowledge I really lack".

    2.  Attributing success to luck: Another aspect of the impostor syndrome is the tendency to attribute success to luck or to other external reasons and not to your own internal abilities. Someone with such feeling would refer to an achievement by saying, "I just got lucky this time" "it was a fluke" and with fear that they will not be able to succeed the next time.

    3.  Discounting Success: The third aspect is a tendency to downplay success and discount it. One with such feelings would discount an achievement by saying, "it is not a big deal," "it was not important." One example of this is discounting the fact that they made it here, which is really a big success.  Or saying, "I did well because it is an easy class, etc."  Or, you might have a hard time accepting compliments.

    Three Strategies for Overcoming Impostor Syndrome:

    #1: Know that you are good enough

    #2: Stop holding your breath

    #3: Celebrate big and small wins

     

    BREAKOUT ENROLLMENT:  http://www.trishblackwell.com/breakout

     
    DO YOU WANT SOMETHING FREE?  YEP. I THINK YOU DESERVE IT. 
    I am givi

  • 00:42

    THE CREAKING DOOR - "THE IMPOSTOR"

    in Entertainment


    THE CREAKING DOOR

     

    The Creaking Door was an old-time radio series of horror and suspense shows originating in South Africa. There are 42 extant episodes. The series was first aired in 1964-65. The stories are thrillers in the Inner Sanctum vein, and generally thought of favorably by most fans of OTR. The 

    stories are thrillers in the Inner Sanctum vein, and generally thought of favorably by most fans of OTR.

     

    EPISODE: "THE IMPOSTOR"

     

    RUN TIME: 34:00

     

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  • 01:10

    The Impostor President!

    in Politics Conservative

    Barack Hussein Obama II does not exist. The 44th President of the United States is a foreign-born imposter, literally groomed from birth, to be put on the fast-track to the White House. His alleged birth name, Barack Hussein Obama II, is not the only thing about him that is total fiction.
     
    I submit that Mr Obama is .....THE GREAT IMPOSTER!

  • End of the year Review and Soulblazing with Lisa Haisha, M.A.

    in Women

    Lisa Haisha, M.A.
    Counselor/Keynote Speaker/Women's Advocate
     
    Expertise:
    Communication, Relationships, Parenting, Self-Help, Self-Esteem, Fear, Inspiration, Motivation, Travel, Addiction, Celebrity Relationships, Fame, Lifestyle, Organization, Culture, Psychology, Love, Therapy, Depression, Shame, Women's issues, Women, Sex, Health, Diet, Children
     
    Demo Reel Link: http://www.tvguestpert.com/guestpert_details.asp?guestpert=165


    Lisa Haisha, M.A., helps people discover the answers to these perennial soul-searching questions through SoulBlazing, a process she created using her Impostor Model™. Her popular, decades-old work has garnered the attention of Hollywood's elite, helping them deal with ego, fear, and fame which helped her gain a unique insight into the minds of powerful, successful leaders. 


    Lisa’s continued fascination with what makes people tick compelled her to travel to over sixties countries within two decades, where she’s studied with the Sufis in Cappadocia, Shamans in Peru, Bedouins in Petra, the Massai Tribes of Tanzania, and interviewed multitudes of fascinating people on seven continents, including hundreds of orphans for her book Whispers from Children's Hearts.4:26 PM 12/30/2014

  • 00:35

    Better Sleep, More Happiness

    in Health

    Can you be happy each day? Discover how you can tap into a very simple technique, rejuvenate your energies, reboot your life and enjoy a blissful day.  Over 40 million Americans experience sleep problems, which result in high stress, frustrations, feelings of depression and of course unhappiness. Now, get the inside scoop in this heart to heart with your host, Dr. Vie, and get  the guide to unleashing your hidden powers and reclaiming your natural healing powers and helping your body and reshaping your future.Each month one lucky winner gets a gift. Enter to win fund gifts at DrVie.com  Get your guide with Taming The Female Impostor Book of Secrets to Unmasking the Real You.