By Ashley Reyes
Despite being well accomplished, many high achievers often feel inadequate and doubt their own abilities. It’s difficult for them to accept their own accomplishments without feeling like a fraud. This psychological phenomenon is known as Imposter Syndrome, and it can take a toll on one’s emotional well-being.
SEMA members are invited to a live webinar on “How to Overcome and Maneuver Through Imposter Syndrome,” September 15, at 12:00 p.m. (PDT).
Presented by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN), attendees will hear from Executive Coach Julie Couret, and learn proven tactics for how to let go of perfectionism and be kind to oneself, tips for talking to a mentor and ways to track success.
Understanding what imposter syndrome is will allow you to focus on reality and help you avoid unnecessary feelings of guilt, as well as the need to overwork yourself and prove your accomplishments matter.
Participants will share their own experiences through a virtual breakout following the presentation.