This call is about is about self-trust and overcoming imposter syndrome. Today’s caller, Frantzces, wants guidance around starting her coaching business but we dive deeper into her limiting beliefs and the fear that keeps her from trusting others. This call offers insights even for those who do not want to be a coach or entrepreneur.
It is hard to attract the right kind of people into our lives if we are skeptical of people in general. If you grew up hearing ‘don’t trust people,’ you need to re-frame the belief and affirm that you can trust people. The key to knowing who to trust is trusting yourself. It all begins with self-trust.
Many of us come up against the imposter syndrome or doubting ourselves. The imposter syndrome is when we aren’t doing for ourselves what we are doing for other people. Walking the talk and practicing what we preach doesn’t mean we have it all figured out; it means we practice the principles we teach. That is how integration happens.
If you identify with this call, as soon as you start doing the work, trusting yourself, and investing in a coach, the imposter syndrome will go away. Get a coach, deal, heal and go for your dreams.
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- Do you want to start a coaching practice?
- Do you have a coach of your own?
- Do you have a group of people you feel close to and connected with that you trust?
- Did you grow up in an environment where you were told not to trust other people or, you didn’t feel safe at home?
- Do you ever suffer from imposter syndrome?
Frantzces wants to start a coaching practice but is struggling with feeling like an imposter.
Frantzces’ Key Insights and Ahas:
- She has difficulty focusing on what she wants.
- She has a limiting belief that there aren’t people she can trust.
- She doesn’t let people get too close.
- She has a background in psychology.
- She wants to be the person who walks the talk.
- She was afraid to speak up as a child.
- She let herself be seen at the Signature Retreat.
- She’s ready to find her teacher/coach.
How to Get Over It and On With It:
- She needs to ask her higher wisdom to guide her toward the right coach.
- She should allow herself receive love and healing.
- She needs to nurture herself through self-care.
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