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In this show, we will talk about how we uncover you, testimonials, and stories of what happens when you realize your gifts and show up as the “human being” you were created to be.

Our guests will share how they discovered their gifts and how they are using them. My hope is that you will walk away inspired to love yourself courageously enough to dig further into your gifts & core values so that you too can see how much of an impact they are making on the world around you.

Aug 5, 2021

Many people today are feeling like a phony or you feel like someone will find out you're a fraud. Hear from Lindsay Tjepkema, the CEO and Co-Founder of Casted about her journey with imposter syndrome and her victory story around overcoming it!

Guest Details:

Lindsay Tjepkema is the CEO & Co-Founder of Casted, the only B2B Podcasting Platform. They help B2B Podcasters and Content Marketers be more effective through better measurement and activation of their podcasts. They have been highlighted in Forbes magazine and on Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick.

She is a mom of three boys and a twin mom as well. Lindsay is passionate about women leaders, content marketing, and elevating her people. She is a soft place to land when times get tough and a great friend of mine! Did I mention she is a big freaking deal!

Lindsay is a fellow Season 1 Rise & Thrive participant. The beautiful thing about connection, which Rebecca Fleetwood Hession, who is masterful brought us together with 4 other fabulous women. Who knew we were right under each other’s noses. We live 3 minutes from one another, our kids go to school together and were friends before we were. That’s how you know it’s just a part of God’s plan.

Imposter Syndrome- the persistent inability to believe that one's success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one's own efforts or skills.

To put it simply, imposter syndrome is the experience of feeling like a phony—you feel as though at any moment you are going to be found out as a fraud—like you don't belong where you are, and you only got there through dumb luck.

The only way to stop feeling like an impostor is to stop thinking like an impostor.

  1. Break the silence. 
  2. Separate feelings from fact. 
  3. Recognize when you should feel fraudulent. 
  4. Accentuate the positive. 
  5. Develop a healthy response to failure and mistake-making. 
  6. Right the rules. 
  7. Develop a new script. 
  8. Visualize success.

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