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Season 2 Episode 8 : We Ask Dr. Valerie Young Does Imposter Syndrome Exist In The Cannabis Industry

Me & Mary Jane

As cannabis becomes a regular part of our daily wellness practice, we thought we’d ask Dr. Valerie Young whether imposter syndrome exists in the cannabis industry. Valerie is the author of The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer From the Imposter Syndrome and How to Thrive Despite It. She has worked with [...]

38mins

24 Jun 2021

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Impostor Syndrome | Dr. Valerie Young

James Miller | LIFEOLOGY® Radio

https://www.jamesmillerlifeology.com/feed/ Dr. Valerie Young @valerieyoung is the expert on Impostor Syndrome. She teaches you how these thoughts plague 7/10 highly successful people. ImpostorSyndrome.com @Drvalerieyoung #rethinkingimpostorsyndrome #valerieyoung #impostorsyndrome #mentalhealth #impostersyndrome #selfcare #impostorphenomenon #ImpostorSyndrome #selflove #confidence #mindset #motivation #podcast #womensupportingwomen #imposter #anxiety #womenempowerment #innercritic #entrepreneur #workplaceculture #workplace #workplacewellness #mentalwellbeing #wellbeing #imposterphenomenon #imposterism #selfhelp #jamesmillerlifeology The post Impostor Syndrome | Dr. Valerie Young appeared first on James Miller | LIFEOLOGY®.

29mins

14 Jun 2021

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Impostor Syndrome | Dr. Valerie Young

James Miller | LIFEOLOGY® Radio

https://www.jamesmillerlifeology.com/feed/ Dr. Valerie Young @valerieyoung is the expert on Impostor Syndrome. She teaches you how these thoughts plague 7/10 highly successful people. ImpostorSyndrome.com @Drvalerieyoung #rethinkingimpostorsyndrome #valerieyoung #impostorsyndrome #mentalhealth #impostersyndrome #selfcare #impostorphenomenon #ImpostorSyndrome #selflove #confidence #mindset #motivation #podcast #womensupportingwomen #imposter #anxiety #womenempowerment #innercritic #entrepreneur #workplaceculture #workplace #workplacewellness #mentalwellbeing #wellbeing #imposterphenomenon #imposterism #selfhelp #jamesmillerlifeology The post Impostor Syndrome | Dr. Valerie Young appeared first on James Miller | LIFEOLOGY®.

29mins

14 Jun 2021

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James Miller | LIFEOLOGY® Radio - Impostor Syndrome | Dr. Valerie Young

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Dr. Valerie Young is the expert on Impostor Syndrome. She teaches you how these thoughts plague 7/10 highly successful people. ImpostorSyndrome.com

29mins

13 Jun 2021

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Valerie Young on Understanding Impostor Syndrome

Way We Work Podcast with Brendon Schrader

Have you ever experienced the feeling of being an impostor? Millions of people around the globe - including CEOs, PhDs, managers and entrepreneurs – secretly worry they’re not as bright or capable as everyone thinks they are. Dr. Valerie Young is an international expert and an award-winning author on the topic of impostor syndrome. She has spoken to over 200,000 professionals on this topic at some of the world’s largest and most respected companies and universities. In this episode, Valerie and I discuss how impostor syndrome shows up differently in men and women, why it holds us back from success, and what everyone can do to stop feeling like an impostor and unlock their true potential.If you lead, manage, mentor, or parent others - you won’t want to miss this discussion. Listen in on my conversation with Dr. Valerie Young.

37mins

17 Mar 2021

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EP52: Stop It. You’re Real. Rise Above Imposter Syndrome with Dr. Valerie Young

Sole Source

You have the experience and the know-how. You’ve put forth substantial effort to get to where you are today. You’ve earned it. But you still feel inadequate… almost like you don’t belong.You’ve been struck with Imposter Syndrome. It’s an internal struggle that can make you downplay your accomplishments, attributing them to luck. You’re not alone. This phenomenon is felt by many, most commonly among women and minorities, but we can overcome it.We’re talking with national speaker and author Valerie Young, founder of impostersyndrome.com. She has been featured in TIME Magazine, Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, Redbook and Women's Day. She has been seen on NBC News, heard on BBC radio and even spoke in front of corporations like NASA, Google, Facebook as well as Stanford and Oxford Universities. She is sharing her expertise and years of research on Imposter Syndrome with us on Sole Source.To book a speaking opportunity with Dr. Valerie Young, visit https://impostorsyndrome.com/contact/.Connect with the Host - Raquel LamalWebsite I Facebook I Twitter I Instagram

34mins

15 Mar 2021

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411: 7 Perfectly Good Reasons You Suffer from Imposture Syndrome with Dr. Valerie Young, Author & Speaker

High Performance Mindset | Learn from World-Class Leaders, Consultants, Athletes & Coaches about Mindset

Millions of people secretly worry they're not as intelligent or capable as others think they are. It’s called impostor syndrome. And it hurts individuals -- and the bottom line. Today’s guest is Dr. Valerie Young is an internationally-known expert on impostor syndrome and author of award-winning book The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It (Crown Business/Random House), now available in six languages. She has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people in the US, Canada, UK, Europe, and Japan at such organizations as Google, NASA, Chrysler, Boeing, YUM!, Facebook, Merck, National Cancer Institute, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Oxford, to name a few. She provide clients with the information, insight, and tools needed to understand and address impostor syndrome in individuals and the organization. Her career-related tips have been cited in dozens of business and popular publications around the world and she’s been interviewed on countless programs including the BBC, Minnesota Public Radio, and Yahoo Finance. She believes that “everyone loses when bright people play small.” ​​In this episode, Dr. Valerie and Dr. Cindra discuss What is the imposture syndrome, anyway? 7 perfectly good reasons you feel like an imposture including that you were raised by a human! How stereotypes matter related to the imposture syndrome, Practical tools to use when you feel like an imposture, And what luck, timing, connections and personality have to do with success. Quotes of the Week: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” Eleanor Roosevelt “Confident people aren’t any more intelligent, capable, or talented than the rest of us. Instead they think differently about 3 things: Competence, Failure/Mistakes/Criticism, and Fear.” Valerie Young HIGH PERFORMANCE MINDSET SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE HOW TO ENTER THE PODCAST GIVEAWAY TO WIN $500 CASH. FB COMMUNITY FOR THE HPM PODCAST FOLLOW CINDRA ON INSTAGRAM FOLLOW CINDRA ON TWITTER TO FIND MORE ABOUT DR. VALERIE Love the show? Rate and review the show for Cindra to mention you on the next episode.

42mins

27 Feb 2021

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Valerie Young - Rewriting the script on Imposter Syndrome: How to stop playing small and break free

Inside Influence

Have you ever caught yourself wondering if you’re the right person for the job? I’m talking about that feeling that eventually - everyone is going to figure out that you’re making it up as you go along. That questioning how you even found yourself in the position you are, doing the things that you’re doing? Wondering when (not if) anyones eventually going to ‘find you out’?And secondly - here’s the biggie - have these thoughts ever stopped you from shooting for something - or asking for something - that really mattered?Today’s topic is a deeply personal one for me...I know for me there has been countless times in my life, not just my career, where I’ve thought to myself “”? And now that you’re here, how on earth are you going to pull this off?” As a mum, a founder, a speaker, my inner voice can sometimes be deafening than the sound of the busy-ness, even louder than the sound of the triumph, can I probably don’t have enough fingers and toes to count how many times my inner voice has been loud enough to stop me at the last minute from taking a dive into something beautiful.That’s what makes today’s podcast guest and conversation, such a deeply personal one for me, because I know the grips that Imposter Syndrome has had on me in the past, and I’m sure for you as well, and So - as one of the first in the year - I went on a mission to find the No 1. Voice on the planet on imposter syndrome.Find we did - and her name is Valerie Young, Valerie has spoken at some of the world’s largest and most diverse organizations as Apple, Chrysler, Boeing, Microsoft, IBM, Facebook, BP, Google, TED - and the list just keeps going - as well as at over 85 colleges and universities including Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, MIT, and Oxford.I...:Just exactly how far-reaching the effects of imposter syndrome are - here’s a clue it doesn’t belong to an age group or a gender - in fact - the further up the tree you go - the more likely you are to deal with itWhat it can do, to even the most capable of people - and why it’s vital that we learn to deal with it or miss out on vast amounts of potentialThe tools to re-frame that voice in our heads when it appears - to literally take the ‘freeze effect’ and use it as fuelDeveloping new responses to failure and mistake making - this one has been huge for me this past year. Starting with my conversation with Mark Schulman - drummer for Pink and the phrase ‘Am I free to fail?’Why the belief that we are imposters relies on one fundamentally untrue assumptionAnd what to do when we feel that cycle of self-doubt kick inThis was one of those conversations, that started out for me - and hopefully will continue to gain traction as we start discussing - in more and more places - and certainly on this podcast - the stories that keep us small - in business, in society and in life - and ways to flip that narrative to make the largest contribution we’re capable of making.And that involves first believing that we deserve to be there.So grab your favorite biscuits, I’m all in on Tim Tams at the moment - make sure you’ve got your pen and paper handy - and let 2020 be the year you finally let that imposter go. Enjoy my conversation with - Valerie Young.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

19mins

19 Jan 2021

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Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome with Valerie Young

The PhD Life Raft Podcast

From her extensive work in the field Valerie Young guesses that approximately 90% of PhD students experience imposter syndrome!  In this episode she offers some reflections on why academic culture may feed that anxiety of being found out as a fraud; as well as offering some advice on how to shift your perspective. Dr Valerie Young is the author of the award-winning book The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It.  In addition to speaking at such diverse organizations as Google, IBM, Procter & Gamble, Facebook, Merck and NASA, Valerie has also spoken to students and faculty at over 100 universities in the US, Canada, Europe, Japan, and the UK including Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and Oxford.  Her work has been cited in dozens of popular and business outlets around the world including BBC, Newsweek, Time, Science, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.   Valerie begins by reflecting on her own experience of graduate school - which included her discovering Clance and Imes’ work on The Imposter Phenomenon.  You can find out more about that research here: https://www.paulineroseclance.com/impostor_phenomenon.html In working with imposter syndrome, Valerie emphasizes the importance of identifying unconscious patterns that may lead to feelings of self-doubt.  She explores how academic culture may feed those feelings - and tells a very funny story about smurfs while she is at it! She reminds us that failure is part of everybody’s CV.  The link to the Princeton Professor’s Failure CV is here: https://www.princeton.edu/~joha/Johannes_Haushofer_CV_of_Failures.pdf (I love how he notes that so many more people have been interested in this document than in the one that details his successes!) The interview ends with a wonderful reminder that our work is not just for us.  That there are people out there waiting to benefit from our research and it is an act of service to share it with them. You can find out more about Valerie’s work at https://impostorsyndrome.com/ Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter for more information and support.

33mins

16 Nov 2020

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404: What To Do About “Impostor Syndrome” with Valerie Young

The Marketing Mentor Podcast

If you are among the 70% who struggle with Impostor Syndrome, this episode is for you. Dr. Valerie Young, the leading expert on the topic, joins me to discuss why it afflicts so many men and women (especially creatives) and what you can do about it. We’d love it if you write a review, subscribe on Apple Podcasts and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor. 

28mins

30 Oct 2020

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