7 Ways Imposter Syndrome Is Keeping You Broke
Break your Addiction to failure Constantly missing your goals or coming up short?
Your brain, specifically your neural pathways, becomes used to the conditions of failure.
You become addicted to failure.
When you start to see a bit of success your subconscious detects it as dangerous or a threat because it’s not your normal state.
This is what causes self-sabotage or imposter’s syndrome.
In this video I break down:
- What's Imposter Syndrome
- The True Source of Your Imposter Syndrome
- 7 Ways Imposter Syndrome Is Keeping You Broke