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I didn’t see how I was acting in car sales as imposter syndrome at all. How could it be, if all I was trying to do was improve my knowledge so that I could do better? The answer lies in not what I was doing – but why!
Being a woman in a male dominated salesman industry is tough and the term glass ceiling could have been made for the motor trade. Fi Duffy talks about how sexism is still rife – and how she handled it.
Let’s be honest here. It doesn’t all get done, ever. So let’s work with what we’ve got and figure out how to make ourselves super productive every day and get most of it done!
Limiting beliefs are embedded ideas that we often don’t even realise that we have, but that stop us from doing certain things or make us conform to certain behaviours. They can sabotage our success or make us stay small.
I’m a lass who grew up in the 90’s so the word “fit” for me, still makes me laugh! Boys would yell it across the halls at school, and builders would follow a whistle with it in the street. As a teen, I’m pretty sure every girl in my class prayed that someone would call her fit today.
How much cash did you spend on your appearance in the last 12 months – including makeup, lotions, potions, ‘procedures’, nails, hair, clothes, shoes & handbags? Then I’d like you to tot up how much you spent on your personal development last year….
Assertiveness is something that I’m good at – when I care about the “thing” in question. But, if I genuinely don’t care, & I’m still pumped from work/thinking about the kid’s schedules/wondering when I’ve got time to get my bits waxed then I’ll utter the words that my husband dreads…..
How to set yourself up for success to make 2019 the year to live the happy, fulfilled and successful life you deserve
Rachel Parris described imposter syndrome as “A normal feeling that 99% of people have but someone had to give it a name.” And it is very, very normal!