4 practical ways to benefit from impostor syndrome

4 practical ways to benefit from impostor syndrome

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  1. right post, for the right person at the right time!

    although i’ve been in the marketing field for close to 30 years now, the deluge of new technologies and media outlets have left me somewhat overwhelmed trying to keep up with the younger generation of marketers.

    thanks for reminding me that i’m uncomfortable because i’m not stuck in my comfort zone.

  2. it’s nice to know i don’t suffer alone, and these are great practical tips and smart applications to turn what could be a negative into a positive. thanks for sharing.

  3. hi kelly,

    great post, i would say. i am totally agree with the point one that we should keep our audience in my when we create content.

    many marketers forget this and they only focus on their company. people consume content to find the solution of their problem not to know about companies.

    thanks for sharing such a nice post with us.

    – umesh singh

  4. how did you know i would need this article right now? thanks so much for the encouragement! i love the quote: “nothing trumps fear like taking action.” ironic how fear often makes us feel paralyzed.

  5. good article, we all know how that feels mostly when we try to do something we don’t really know but everyone learn and there is a first time for all of us.

    very interesting topic and original, thanks a lot for sharing!

  6. thanks for this article, kelly! it came just in time!

    i’ve been getting awesome freelance writing and copywriting gigs. there have been sooooooo many times when i went through impostor syndrome. thank god for the supportive people i have around me. don’t know how i would have made it through.
    impostor syndrome can leave you paralyzed!

    your article really helped me understand that hidden in this fear of not being good enough is actually my strength.

  7. thanks for this article, kelly! it came just in time!

    i’ve been getting awesome freelance writing and copywriting gigs. there have been sooooooo many times when i went through impostor syndrome. thank god for the supportive people i have around me. don’t know how i would have made it through.
    impostor syndrome can leave you paralyzed!

    your article really helped me understand that hidden in this fear of not being good enough is actually my strength. i am great at what i do. i do care about my clients. now this fear won’t ever get to me. ever!

    thank you! 🙂

  8. fear is omni-present and true everytime you could do something awesome upscale, the voices begin.

    thanks for the reminder that action scares fear away. great points, kelly!

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