Ep #26: Impostor Syndrome | The Lawyer Stress Solution

Ep #26: Impostor Syndrome


Do you ever feel like your accomplishments might have been due to luck, chance, or connections? Do you worry that you’ll be exposed as a fraud even if you’re well into your career? Do you feel like everyone around you is smarter or works harder or does a better job than you? Do you find yourself terrified of making mistakes and constantly believing you’re likely to make one no matter how experienced you are in your career?

If you’re a high achiever and you answered “yes” to any of these questions you might be suffering from Impostor Syndrome. In this episode, we take a deep dive into this fundamental conviction that you’re not good enough in some kind of unspecified way, and examine the roots of this damaging thought pattern.

Join us for an exploration of how Impostor Syndrome is holding you back in your career and personal life and discover tips and strategies for overcoming this feeling and fear that you’ll be “found out” to be undeserving or unqualified, or revealed as a fraud.

Make sure to download your three-step process to help you kick Impostor Syndrome and start feeling confident, capable, and deserving.

What You’ll Learn From this Episode:

  • What the Impostor Syndrome is all about.
  • How it shows up in our lives, careers, and business.
  • Where the belief that you’re not good enough in some way comes from.
  • The detrimental impact of the Impostor Syndrome on your life.
  • A powerful tool for dealing with Impostor Syndrome.

Listen to the Full Episode:

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  • Click Here to download your three-step process to help you kick Impostor Syndrome and start feeling confident, capable, and deserving.

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About the author

Kara Loewentheilis a former litigator, academic, and think tank director who now runs a boutique life coaching practice for lawyers. As a certified cognitive life coach, her coaching work focuses on teaching lawyers how to reduce stress, improve time management, balance their workload and personal lives, and create a sustainable and enjoyable legal practice. Before launching her coaching practice Ms. Loewentheil ran the Public Rights / Private Conscience Project at Columbia Law School, held academic fellowships at Yale and Columbia, and litigated in state and federal court. Ms. Loewentheil clerked on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and is a cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and Yale University.

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