What is one thing that many highly accomplished individuals like Albert Einstein, Emma Watson and Meryl Streep all have in common? They all suffered from imposter syndrome. It can hold people back in their career or in business if left unchecked.
Psychology Today has a shocking statistic on their website showing that up to 70 percent of self talk— is negative.
Given that introverts may be more prone to self talk it’s critical we program our minds for success because our mind learns by repetition.
Did you know that companies are spending approx $356 billion on leadership development efforts. Even more interesting is that at least 75% of companies rated their leadership programs as not very effective.
Instead of working on your chores and meeting your deadlines, do you waste time on other activities and avoid your assigned tasks? If so, you’re not alone! Scientists have found that procrastination is a common issue for many people, both at work and at home.
Success starts with mindset. Different mindsets give different outcomes. A poor mindset leads to poor results. A positive mindset leads to success. While your experience, education, and skills can matter a lot, your mindset can make all the difference.