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DID YOU KNOW? 70% of highly educated and accomplished professionals have felt like imposter at one time or another

🤔"According to the International Journal of Behavioral Science, 70% of people have feelings of being and imposter, or a fraud in their work or career.  Even highly educated and accomplished professionals like physicians, marketing (and technologist) executives deal with this."

Since 2014, I’ve been mentoring a group of midlife/mid-career professionals facing transition on  a weekly basis, and their ongoing journeys inspired me to sit down and write an e-book about it. The book’s format explores how feeling like an imposter often can lead to sabotaging yourself – In this short tome I explore 5-personality traits most likely to self-sabotage.  I also cover the issue of 🌿nature vs. nurture🧷as well – which I find extremely interesting because personally speaking, I am adopted into my family of origin. 

Anyway, enough about me. 

To put my appreciation for this group of amazing folks into action, I’d like to offer my 📕48-page e-Book Saboteur Syndrome (which also includes a 9 question personal assessment and 21-day action plan) at 50% off the list price to anyone from this discussion group.  But please, if you know of friend that could use it – feel free to refer them as well.  Just be sure to use the coupon code AWIT during check out to get half off the list price.  If you're curious to learn more, I've provided a link at the bottom of this message.

I am still amazed by the incredible conversations that were had with each other during this event, and I am especially grateful for the transparency of everyone who attended as well as the words of wisdom from our panelists who participated.  THANK YOU for your passion for mentoring, leading and sponsoring Women in Tech. 

Learn More: https://susankrautbauer.com/saboteur-syndrome

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