Whether you know it or not, if you are a person living on this earth, you've experienced imposter syndrome. It doesn't matter if you are fresh out of college or a 20-year veteran, imposter syndrome finds a way to rear it's ugly head. It can sometimes show up as a voice telling you "you don't deserve to be here" or believing an accomplishment is a fraud. Imposter syndrome, by definition, is when any person consistently doubts their skills, talents, or accomplishments.
This week our confession comes from Lolita E. Walker, author, TEDx speaker, and a certified life, leadership, and executive coach . She's an engineer by trade with nearly 20 years of experience in corporate America. But even with all these accomplishments under her belt, she too, has experienced imposter syndrome. Lolita, who self-describes as a change champion, coaches folk through some of the most challenging life transitions but she confesses that core of her work with others and herself centers around imposter syndrome.
Listen to the conversation where Lolita shares the detailed account of her breaking point that lead to a simple process to move through imposter syndrome.