How to Permanently Rid Yourself of Imposter Syndrome

Get Out of Your Head and Come from Your H.E.A.R.T

  • Perfectionism and the voice that tells you you’re not good enough
  • Endless editing of content
  • Staring at a black screen, not knowing what to say
  • Dozens, dare I say hundreds, of drafts. Very few, if any, actually are published
  • Help those behind you
  • Every day do something to learn, grow, and share
  • Assist others by being of service
  • Remember your own ignorance, passion, and excitement when you were getting started
  • Team up with other like-minded people

Don’t Try to be The Expert, Instead be a Sensei

RIP Julius Carry

“Inch by inch, life’s a cinch. Yard by yard, life’s hard” — John Bytheway

What the 1% Compounding Effect looks like over 1 year

I Don’t Care How Much You Know Until I Know How Much You Care

Surround Yourself with Like-Minded People

In Summary,

  • Help those who know less than you
  • Do something every day to learn, grow, and share.
  • Come from a place of service and helpfulness.
  • Remember how hard it was when you got started and help your “younger self”
  • Be part of a team where the rising tide raises all ships.




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