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Have you ever felt like a fraud? That you don't belong in the room? That you could get found out at any moment? You're not alone. Each week on Imposters, Claire Cohen meets a woman at the top of her game and finds out how she defeated imposter syndrome to get there.
 
This podcast is designed to help entrepreneurs deal with the stress and challenges of being their own boss. When you launch a new business, become a sales person, or join a direct sales company there is usually ample training giving to understanding and selling your product or services. However, there is very little training on how to manage yourself. Self doubt, indecision, and fear can paralyze a business owner. Starting the day with a little education and a lot of support can be the diffe ...
 
Join self-trust coach Shohreh Davoodi for a podcast that celebrates what’s possible when you commit to being brave. Conjuring Up Courage navigates the complexities of power, privilege, and personal growth to explore how to build a more fulfilling life and create a better world for everyone. Through educational solo episodes and vibrant interviews with diverse guests, Shohreh engages in conversations about identity, self-doubt and shame, boundaries, vulnerability, resilience, self-care and co ...
 
In this podcast, guests open up about less visible parts of their journeys -- about their deepest insecurities, and how they dealt with criticism, managed self-doubt, and emerged with a greater understanding of themselves and their unique strengths. Although these aspects don't get a lot of press, they tend to be defining entries in the personal journals of most people. The hope is that these untold stories of inner struggles from 'successful' individuals will provide interesting takeaways f ...
 
The Creatives' Coffee Club is a podcast and online community for anyone who is curious about their creativity. For those who want to rediscover their creative side, to those that already have a creative practice but want a bit of support in the process. From big conversations with people who have ditched the 9 - 5 to pursue a creative career, to discussing road blocks like fear, imposter syndrome and self doubt, to sharing practical tips about how to navigate your creative journey your host, ...
 
Entertaining conversations influenced by games, hip hop culture (and maybe Jesus juice) stripping beyond self-doubt, and preconceived notions- in communication. We're getting to the raw truth about relationships, sex, life, and the random mind of Tojia and Netsanet. Come strip with us... Welcome to The Peep Show!
 
If your inner critic haunts and harassers you into staying stuck and playing small...If you're curious about hypnosis...Or if you suspect that the inner critic is keeping you hypnotized with limiting beliefs... then lean in and get inspired to get out of your comfort zone and create your one precious life with purpose and intention. Come to theimpostermonster.com to get the powerful "Answer Room" hypnosis audio that lets you get crystal clear about how to move forward on this adventure we ca ...
 
For many people, there are areas of life that don’t look and feel the way they wish they did. The Next Generation Wellness Podcast is dedicated to unpacking the physical, mental, emotional and social stress triggers that stack together and make that so. Years of piling those triggers together often leave us feeling overwhelmed, unhealthy, anxious, irritable, depleted or unhappy, and operating from a place of self-doubt, comparison, procrastination, perfectionism or busy-ness. In this podcast ...
 
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We as human beings are woefully bad at prioritizing on the fly. If we suddenly have available time and must decide what we are going to do, most often we will do nothing that moves our business forward. Sad, but true. We get so overwhelmed by the items on our to-do list. We simply can't decide which one to do first and end up doing none of them. Ou…
 
Loss aversion is a very real thing that can halt the growth of your business in its tracks. The term refers to the natural tendency we all have to fear loss much more than we get excited about equivalent gains. Unfortunately, if you are an entrepreneur, this often causes you to make decisions that are not always in the best interest of your busines…
 
We all make many career moves. We change jobs because we don't like our bosses. We change to new roles, hoping for a better career path. We even switch to startups, as we read about unicorn riches. We do all of this because we believe these changes are part of the progress we envisioned for ourselves. But how much of this change is actually because…
 
We as human beings have a natural tendency to focus more on failures, losses, and incomplete tasks than we do on the times when things go right for us. It's unfortunate because such a focus often convinces us that the situation we are in is far worse than it actually is. When we feel like a failure and loser, we often act out the part and don't do …
 
With every job you've ever done in your life, there have been parts you love and parts that you hate. To get to enjoy the parts you love, you have to put up with some crap. It's tempting to believe that once you have your own business and are your own boss, the crap job days are over.Unfortunately, the world simply doesn't work that way. Success co…
 
When you first branch out on your own and decide to become your own boss, no one ever tells you about the paralyzing fear and self-doubt that you, as an entrepreneur, will face. When the buck stops with you and your decisions are gospel, the fear of being humiliated and/or making bad choices can be crippling.Once those fears take root, they can qui…
 
Before you can reach the level of success you crave, you have to know exactly what it is that is driving you to success. Once you have enough money to meet your needs, you must go deeper to find your true motivation. When you identify your higher purpose, you need to make sure that purpose stays top of mind at all times.In today's episode, we take …
 
Over the last couple of episodes, we have focused on the importance of figuring out your higher purpose. Once you know what really drives you to be successful, you can better leverage that to do the things you need to do to be successful. We also talked about keeping those values in front of you at all times to help keep you going.Often those terms…
 
How does a woman from small town India break through and become one of the most recognised faces in the Indian start-up ecosystem? Listen to Shradha talk about her personal story - dealing with insecurities, learning to trust herself, and finding her own formula for success About Shradha Sharma She is the founder and CEO of YourStory, a digital-med…
 
Meet Sabia C. Wade: CEO, revolutionary doula, educator, reproductive justice advocate, and financial activist. In this episode, Sabia and I discussed some of the inequities in reproductive healthcare, helpful info for pregnant people to have, the importance of using gender-affirming language, and more. You can find the show notes and a full transcr…
 
It's easy to get roped into thinking that your ultimate goal in running your own business and driving sales is to make more money. The problem is that research has shown over and over again that money is a poor motivator once a person's basic needs are being met. When more money is the key, it's easy to kick the can down the road. You tell yourself…
 
We've all heard about the power of making a decision. That's the beginning of all good (and bad) things in our life. How many times have you made the decision to lose weight, get in shape, or be more successful. In each of those instances, you probably knew exactly what you needed to do reach your goals. Then why couldn't that "decision" carry you …
 
One of my favorite Zig Zigler quotes has always been "Rich people have small TVs and big libraries, and poor people have small libraries and big TVs." It's only in the last few years that I have gained a full appreciation of how true this adage is. There is one caveat, however. It's not enough to simply have a bunch of books in your library, you ha…
 
When you are running your own business or selling a product it is very easy to get discouraged and convince yourself that you are not very good at what you do. That's the inner voice that we all have acting up and preventing us from doing the things we need to do to be successful. Quite frankly that inner voice often lies to us. Those lies cause us…
 
One of the things that often holds us back from success is that we judge ourselves way too harshly over failures and shortcomings that we experience. When we do that, we often place some mythical powers upon the people we see accomplishing things that we would like to accomplish. We tell ourselves things like... "They are so successful because they…
 
Everyone knows Harsha Bhogle as the voice of Indian cricket. It’s hard to imagine someone like him with his megawatt smile and confidence, to have challenges with low self esteem. How did he overcome that? Listen to the episode as Harsha reflects on his life, his journey in finding his calling, dealing with adversity, and making it in broadcasting.…
 
Success doesn't come from making very large decisions and then putting those decisions in action. When they do that, change seems so overwhelming that we often just shut down. Real success (in all walks of your life) comes down to how we choose in thousands of micro-decisions. Do I eat the cake or not? Do I make another call or check Facebook? Do I…
 
Whenever you start your own business, take a sales job, or join on with a direct sales company they usually do a really good job of teaching you how to sell the product. However, they don't do a very good job at teaching you the most important element for success: how to actually make yourself do the job. Without a boss hovering over your shoulder,…
 
In this first episode of Wake Up 2 Success, business coach John Preston talks about how taking action and getting started is often the biggest challenge for entrepreneurs. Self doubt, insecurity, and fear often cause the business owners to delay action. Getting started, even if in a less than perfect way, is better than waiting for things to be jus…
 
Hello Creative Beans! Are you plagued with questions like how to have it all, how to find your calling in life, how to find your passion or how to find your favourite things? In today's Espresso Episode I share a poem and my story about my path to discovering and celebrating the fact that I am a multipotentialite (also referred to as renaissance pe…
 
Contrary to popular belief, thoughtfulness is not a trait you either have or you don't; it's a skill you can improve on with practice. As the self-proclaimed queen of thoughtfulness, I thought I would use this solo episode as an opportunity to share some of my best-kept secrets for how to be more thoughtful. You can find the show notes and a full t…
 
My guest this week is Iasonas Bakas. Iasonas is a full time structural engineer, part time PhD candidate and a creative at heart. He dedicates the majority of his spare time to drafting portraits in graphite and exploring the influence of graphic design on traditional drawing. He is fascinated by the individuality of each one of us and as such he t…
 
This episode features visibility coach and brand photographer Danielle Cohen who knows that being seen can be scary in a world where only some are celebrated. Danielle and I discussed the risks and power of visibility, the deeper worries that may be fueling a fear of being seen, the importance of sitting with and growing from our mistakes, and more…
 
Hello Creative Beans! In today's Espresso Episode I share 5 simple tools that allowed me to move from fear, perfectionism and a lack of self-belief to creativity. It wouldn't be an understatement to say they changed my life in the process! You can also watch this episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VsFhRWejdU&t=21s STRUTHLESS, MENT…
 
Fellow professional unicorn Ty Deran is on the show today! Ty is a nonbinary actor, singer, and content creator committed to creating entertaining, educational, and queer-affirming content. We discussed the power of confidence, Ty's journey on social media, the freedom that comes from staying true to yourself, and more. You can find the show notes …
 
Hello, Charlie India here! In this episode, I introduce myself as the host of The Creatives' Coffee Club and tell the story behind its making. Listen to get to know me a little better, and find out what The Creatives' Coffee Club has in store for you in the coming episodes... JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: - Sign up for The Brew: www.thecreativescoffeeclub.co…
 
My guest this week is Alex Kate. Alex is a British singer-songwriter and producer who has been writing songs since she can remember but until recently kept them to herself. She was classically trained and had even featured in professional operas and orchestras, but it took the global pandemic to wake her up and realise that she wanted to share the …
 
I had a fantastic time chatting with embodiment coach Jamie Lee Finch about our innate bodily wisdom in this episode. Jamie explained why she thinks you should view your body as a person, and we talked about transitioning from our upbringings in high-touch religions to now having much more connected relationships with our bodies. You can find the s…
 
This week I'm celebrating the two-year anniversary of the podcast! To commemorate that milestone, I'm sharing five of my biggest takeaways from hosting and producing the show. This episode also includes an announcement about the future of Conjuring Up Courage. You can find the show notes and a full transcript of this episode at https://shohrehdavoo…
 
The Girl Gang is back, and we're sharing our best "life hacks" with you in this episode—i.e., tips and advice we've found helpful in our own lives that we think others might benefit from too. From makeup to cooking to organization and more, our recommendations are all over the board and delivered in their usual entertaining fashion. You can find th…
 
Through working with clients over the years, I've noticed that people tend to focus so intently on reaching destinations that they often miss what's right in front of them. In this solo episode, I talk about why applying the "extreme makeover" narrative to your life can be a recipe for disappointment and frustration. You can find the show notes and…
 
In my work and life, I regularly talk about the importance of curiosity, and I thought it was time to expand on why that is. In this solo episode, I discuss the benefits of staying curious and share tips for how you can cultivate more curiosity. You can find the show notes and a full transcript of this episode at https://shohrehdavoodi.com/106. The…
 
Stress is a misunderstood and multifaceted beast. It precipitates unwanted auto-pilot behaviours, and begins a whole series of negative biochemical, hormonal and cellular events inside the body, placing us in an inflammatory state. This state over time can lead to mental health challenges such as depression and anxiety, physical challenges such as …
 
I am an absolute organizational nerd, so I had a blast chatting with Ashley Brown, the founder and owner of Routine and Things, about how to start arranging your life in ways that work best for you. Ashley and I discussed why a lot of people are resistant to the idea of routines, what steps to take for consistency and lasting change, and how to mak…
 
For the final episode of Pridepalooza, say hello to the long-awaited second annual Pride Panel episode! I both moderate and participate in this magical panel discussion alongside past guests Ilya Parker, Melody Li, and James Rose. After a rousing lightning round of questions just for fun, the four of us spill the tea on queer signaling, the role of…
 
Kerry explains how small, simple steps have led to transformation in her health and in her business. Links: The Answer Room Audio: www.theimpostermonster.com Kerry’s book: https://www.amazon.com/You-Believe-Can-Heal-Yourself-ebook/dp/B018UAAAAG The Alter Ego Affect: https://amzn.to/3rglb1r Kerry’s brilliant article about 5 secrets to improve sleep …
 
Continuing right along with the Pridepalooza series, this episode features queer sexuality educator and sex science communicator Eva Bloom. Eva and I chatted about how to move beyond sexual scripts that come from cisheteropatriarchy, sexual compatibility considerations, sexting privacy, navigating dating apps, and communication as an integral part …
 
The Girl Gang is back again for some Pridepalooza shenanigans! In preparation for this episode, I gave listeners the opportunity to submit questions for me, Ally, and Tiffany to answer for this very special queer edition Q&A, and y'all did not disappoint. We gave advice on several topics, including how to decide whether or not to come out, differen…
 
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