Are you a Prioritizer, Planner, Arranger, or Visualizer? As entrepreneurs and generally busy people, we consider how we make choices to keep on track with our projects for work and for enjoyment. Audacious Mary tells us about Work Simply by Carson Tate. Audacious Wendy tells us about the Silver Lining Action Plan (SLAP!) and reveals that she has a box of labels labeled “labels.”
This is not my beautiful house! This is not my beautiful wife! And you may ask yourself…
In this episode we talk about the fraud syndrome (aka the impostor syndrome): that feeling that you are in over your head or don’t deserve a good thing (or job) that’s happened to you.
We reference an earlier podcast (Age Gender and the Entrepreneur), in our musings on how gender may play into these feelings of panic at starting a new project because we feel we don’t know what we’re doing. But we forget that every foray into uncharted territory is by nature something new that we can’t be an expert at because we haven’t done it before. Everyone is in the same boat.
We discuss strategies for dealing with these feelings, and how to define personal values that help chart your course through the unknown.
Female Artists | Fraud Syndrome, Impostor Syndrome Podcast
Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should do it.
In this podcast our Audacious Women discuss the advantages of limiting your opportunities and letting things go. This discussion is inspired by the New York Times Article “Closing Doors”