It’s time to stop lying to ourselves about self-doubt. Do you ever find yourself dreaming big, but playing small? Lying awake at 3am, telling yourself secret stories about why you’re not good enough? Have you ever turned down a brilliant opportunity and then regretted it later? Then today’s episode of the Dare To Dream Bigger podcast is for you!
I’m going to take you through the lies we’re telling ourselves about self-doubt – and why we’re doing it. At the 17 minute point you’ll discover why most of what we’re told about this is wrong – and why you will never be able to set yourself free from self-doubt with ‘positive thinking’. Plus, as you’d expect from me, I’m going to give you strategies to set yourself free from self-doubt and imposter syndrome, starting today.
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As an NLP Trainer, Meditation & Yoga Teacher and an Engineer, Clare Josa demystifies ancient wisdom, blending it with the 'user manual' for your brain, to make it surprisingly easy for you to ditch your hidden blocks, and even enjoy the process. Author of five life-changing books, her sixth book and debut novel is now available with incredible pre-order bonuses: You Take Yourself With You is about the twists and turns life takes us on, to make peace with the past. What happens when we get in the way of happiness? Exploring self-doubt, trauma, depression, harassment (#metoo) and bullying, Clare's novel is a journey of hope, courage, love and realising we're not alone. Order your copy today.
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