If you’ve read my book you’ll know I had to research Imposter Syndrome to really understand more about it. It seems it was what I had through about 13-14 years of parenting my daughter – if only I’d known it could’ve made both our lives a little easier.

The Oxford Dictionary defines Imposter Syndrome as:

The persistent inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one’s own efforts or skills.

We discussed Imposter Syndrome in a recent Private Members’ Club group call and Fay Blakey, Business Coach, came up with some amazing techniques to help you cope / live / deal with your own Imposter Syndrome.

I hope they help you too.