Well, you aren’t alone.
A study in 2019 found that over 89% of participants experienced something called Imposter Syndrome (www.clarejosa.com), to a point that it was affecting their overall performance. This syndrome essentially means that you are doing something new, outside of your comfort zone and it’s creating feelings of insecurity and self-doubt.
Self-doubt has the potential to make you feel like you aren’t enough, like you aren’t capable, like you are a fraud. Except you aren’t, you’re just trying something new as you transition through learning.
We have all been there. The reality is that as long as growth is involved, fear is actually unavoidable. It’s truly a fear that is showing...
As we continue to juggle more onto our plates between work, family, kids, friends, exercise, cooking, new classes, downtime and self-care time. All. Of. It. Builds. Up.
Especially when we don’t have a plan. When we aren’t in control of what is happening. When the outside world is dictating our inside results.
That’s why we have the three-step process to take back ownership so you can go from frantic to focused. So you can check one thing off your to-do list at a time. And you can really relax at the end of the day knowing that you made progress forward.
Step 1: Schedule Your Week
Scheduling might seem daunting at the beginning but once you nail down the process it actually brings a sense of clarity into your life. It’s the reason why we live by the law that “if it’s not in my schedule it doesn’t exist.
Scheduling doesn’t mean that it’s all work and no play....