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Ever felt like you’re being inauthentic and making it up as you go, even though deep down you know you’re being genuine? Imposter syndrome is all too common, and it could also be the one thing that makes or breaks your personal brand.
Social media doesn’t help either. It can create a false sense of competition, which can further amplify these feelings.
So, how can you stop imposter syndrome from slowly eating away at your personal brand? Here are some tips that will help:
One of the best ways to push imposter syndrome to the side is to reaffirm your mission and review your goals. Reminding yourself why you’re doing what you are and what you hope to leave behind as a legacy is a great way to boost your confidence and confirm that you are in fact, genuine.
You know that you want to strengthen your personal brand and be successful, so spend time creating a plan on how you’re going to do just that. Basically, you want to outline how you plan to invest in your brand. This could be hiring a professional personal branding photographer in 2 months to tell your story visually or revamping your website in 4 months. Remember failing to plan is planning to fail.
Another way to push aside your insecurities is to keep learning and growing. When you’re so focused on improving yourself, you won’t have much time to doubt your intentions and abilities. This doesn’t necessarily mean you need to go back to school. You could sign up for a short course online or simply dedicate 2 hours a week to watching educational YouTube videos.
There really is no need for imposter syndrome to get in the way of building a memorable personal brand. You’ve got this! If 2023 is the year you want to show who you really are, now is the perfect time to schedule a personal branding photoshoot with a professional personal branding photographer, like me 🙋🏾♀️. I’m here to help you! Grab my Branding Session Checklist by clicking here and get ready to curate imagery that will connect with your ideal client and convert into real dolla bills, y’all!
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