When it comes to building our personal brand, the stories we tell ourselves can be the difference between taking action and procrastination - between momentum and stagnation.
In Lauren Kress' Monday Motivation episode of the Grow Your Brand vodcast this week we're talking about how to overcome the impostor syndrome by tackling it head on.
Lauren shares what has held her back from success in the past and a cool strategy from Brené Brown on how to examine the stories we tell ourselves that can hold us back from achieving what we want out of life.
0:00 Happy Monday! Hope you had an awesome weekend
0:37 Today's episode focus on overcoming the impostor syndrome mindset
1:07 How you can support today's episode and the Grow Your Brand vodcast
1:50 What's coming up this week on the show to help you to build your personal brand
2:44 How impostor syndrome holds us back
3:15 The mindset shift we need to achieve our goals
3:40 What to start saying to yourself to overcome the impostor syndrome
4:00 How the impostor syndrome has held Lauren Kress back in her life
4:44 "You are the person that is holding yourself back from success"
4:50 Actions you can take this week to reframe negative thoughts about yourself
8:12 Next steps to build your personal brand to come later this week
8:27 One of the biggest content marketing challenges and the new program Lauren is putting together to help
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