You may have heard the term Imposter Syndrome, but it might not mean what you think. In this solo episode, Pamela Crane overviews what Imposter Syndrome is and whether or not it is the cause of your lack of confidence. Pamela Crane, MS Yoga...
You may have heard the term Imposter Syndrome, but it might not mean what you think. In this solo episode, Pamela Crane overviews what Imposter Syndrome is and whether or not it is the cause of your lack of confidence.
Pamela Crane, MS Yoga Therapy, C-IAYT, RYT 500, E-RYT, YACEP, is a certified yoga therapist who helps heart centered entrepreneurs who suffer from imposter syndrome. She has presented stress management seminars at the US Department of Health and Human Services, the US Department of Education, and the USPS headquarters; and has presented nationally and internationally at symposiums and conferences for yoga and integrative medicine. She has been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and Meniere’s Disease and manages her autoimmune disease with yoga, stress management techniques, and lifestyle adjustments. She is the host of The Yoga Pro podcast where she interviews experts in the field of yoga and integrative health.
-Imposter Syndrome is based on research
-The difference between Imposter Syndrome and a lack of confidence
-Pamela talks about her experience with Imposter Syndrome
“You don’t have to be the most knowledgeable person in the room to add value to the conversation.”
-How childhood labels can cause Imposter Syndrome
-Types of behaviors of those suffering from Imposter Syndrome
-Ways Imposter Syndrome can show up for you in your life
-Why you should stop “shoulding” all over yourself
-Strategies to cope with Imposter Syndrome
-Why sharing your feelings is important
-Working through discomfort and why confidence doesn’t always equal comfort
-How to embrace positive words and use them to your advantage
-Tuning in to your fears and strengths
-Mantra: I am safe to be intelligent, competent, and accomplished.
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Music: The State of Things (The Bouncy Song) by Rena Wren is used with permission.