29 Apr Ignore the Nagging Voice: Imposter Syndrome
Call it whatever you want: fear of being a fraud, of discovery that you’re a failure, of not meeting expectations, that nagging feeling of ineptitude…
Imposter Syndrome. It’s a problem.
I’ve got lots of things going on in my life – caring for children, writing books in YA, family, working on my writing career and business – and I don’t have time to waste second guessing anything.
It feels like no matter what’s going on in our lives, we’re always hoping that we’re good enough. That our work, our lives, our passions are good enough to make it.
But I have a secret. If you want it, you’ve got the power to make it happen.
Check out this podcast from December 1, 2017. It’s a chat Mark Dawson on his Podcast Self Publishing Formula with James Blatch where they talk all things writing.
Together, we discussed how to deal with that nagging voice. Because even if you’re not a writer, imposter syndrome whispers that you’re not enough.
And I’m here to tell you that voice is wrong.
You have big things within you.
Here’s that link below to tune in to Episode 95 of the Self Publishing Formula Podcast. (Hint: the interview starts around 7 minutes in.)
Comment below how you vanquished your villain (or your nagging voice) most recently.