Nov 29, 2019
Imposter syndrome becomes a sufferer’s little secret, and when it decides to bubble up it can be daunting. Often we fear telling people, but if you did take that step, maybe you’d find a whole heap of power and support.
Welcome to The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, a candid and revealing series that follows Ronsley Vaz and his guests, as they strive to unravel the inner workings of the entrepreneurial mind and explain why even the most successful among us experience Imposter Syndrome.
If you are someone who is holding back, feeling unworthy of your success or questioning your competency as a professional, this podcast is for you.
Jordan Axani & Megan Rafuse are the dynamic duo that host the iTunes top-20 hit podcast, ‘Impostercast.’ They’re partners in work and life and are renowned for bringing a fresh perspective to both entrepreneurship and psychology.
Megan is the Founder and Clinical Director at Shift Collab one of Canada’s largest therapy and mental health education firms. She has an extensive portfolio of certifications and experience in cognitive behavioural therapy, social work, addiction and mental health. She treats some of the most vulnerable people in society, from those in palliative care to high flying entrepreneurs.
As an avid storyteller, Megan takes her positive mental health messages on the road offering relatable education, workshops and keynotes.
Jordan is a mental wellness and leadership expert, keynote speaker and the Co-Founder at Shift Collab. His mission is to tackle some of the biggest problems facing our mental wellness. Jordan has spoken to over 750,000 people across the globe and is well-known for allowing attendees to take off their masks and realize that they're not alone in their struggles.
In this volume, Jordan, Megan and Ronsley discuss the imposter phenomenon and the concept behind subconscious mind reading. They also dive into why you’re worthy of being seen and heard, and how wearing our “I’m not good enough” glasses can confirm our biases?
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