Ditching Imposter Syndrome - Clare Josa in the Driven Female Entrepreneur Podcast with Business Coach, Melitta Campbell

Ditching Imposter Syndrome – Clare Josa

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In this episode of the Driven Female Entrepreneur Podcast, I speak with Clare Josa, a leadership mentor, author of eight books, including Ditching the Imposter Syndrome

 

After realising that she could not make a big enough difference in helping people by staying in the corporate world, Clare started her own leadership development business. 

 

When she had her first ever client, Clare saw that there are a lot of successful people who had their act together in the outside world but are actually struggling with imposter syndrome. As someone who studied Psychology and a certified NLP trainer, she made it her mission to help business owners struggling with imposter syndrome to achieve their fullest business potential.

 

Listen to this episode to learn Clare’s advice to identify if you are suffering from imposter syndrome and how to overcome it so you can finally take your business to the next level. 

 

One of the biggest things I see entrepreneurs with imposter syndrome is wanting to be everything to everybody, then wonder why nobody wants to come and find them. - Clare Josa Click To Tweet

 

 

If I had a good mentor back then, I think that would have taken three or four years off of my journey. - Clare Josa Click To Tweet

 

Highlights

In this value-packed episode you’ll learn:

 

  • How imposter syndrome sabotages an entrepreneur’s successes and what to do to overcome it.

 

  • The difference between imposter syndrome and just having confidence issues or self doubt.

 

  • How men and women handle imposter syndrome differently.

 

  • The five-stage process to help you close the imposter syndrome gap.

 

  • What is the ‘basta’ moment and how it can help you become imposter syndrome-free.

 

  • Why having comparisonitis will hurt your business and how to stop doing it.

 

  • Why having a good coach or mentor is going to help you save time in growing your business.

 

 

…and so much more!

 

By all means research what others are doing to get a feel for the industry, but then stay in your lane. The only feedback you need is from your dream clients, not from other people. - Clare Josa Click To Tweet

 

About Clare Josa

Clare Josa has been a leadership mentor since 2003. She’s the author of eight books, including Dare To Dream Bigger and Ditching Imposter Syndrome. She was certified as an NLP Trainer in 2003, and is also a formally-trained Meditation and Yoga Teacher Teacher, a Reformed Engineer and the former Head of Market Research for one of the UK’s most disruptive companies.

 

Clare has spent more than a decade specialising in empowering passionate world-changers to do the ‘inside work’ so that you can get on with making a difference in the world. As co-founder of the EU VAT Action campaign in 2014, she has had to overcome any remaining ‘visibility’ fears, to stand on international stages (European Parliament, Downing Street, IoD) in front of people who had been studying what she was giving keynotes on for most of their careers. She is regularly interviewed by the international press and has been interviewed by numerous radio and TV stations.

 

She is a member of the UK’s Institute of Directors and she speaks internationally about how to change the world by changing yourself. Clare lives in Sussex, in the UK, with her husband, their 3 young boys, a bouncy Jack Russell, a totally loopy springer spaniel, and 10 mindful chickens.

 

Connect with Clare

www.clarejosa.com

 

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About Your Host, Melitta Campbell

Since 1997, Melitta has been helping businesses achieve their goals for growth through authentic communication and marketing, helping them achieve a noticeable change of fortune in as little as three months.

 

After a decade of entrepreneurship, Melitta combined her 25 years of marketing, communication and leadership expertise and experience in the the Dream Clients Blueprint – a proven methodology for building a thriving business or coaching practice, while also mastering your mindset and enjoying a balanced life.

 

Melitta is also a 2x Best-Selling Author, TEDx Speaker Coach, certified Mindset Coach, founder of the Driven Female Entrepreneur Club and host of the Driven Female Entrepreneur podcast.

 

She has won awards for her work including a LTSB Making a Difference Award, listed as one of the top Sales Influencers of 2021 by LinkedIn and the Most Influential Female Business Coach of 2021 (Europe) by Acquisition International.

 

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