The Top Ways Imposter Syndrome is making you lose money:
1. It can show up as perfectionism. She’s a sneaky lil bishhh. She says “if I can’t do it well, why do it at all?” This can prevent you from showing up to calls with clients the way you should, prevent you from submitting projects on time, or tasks on time. Be mindful of her. This affects your bottom line, because you’re not showing up for clients the way you should.
2. Imposter syndrom is causing burnout. Your worth=attached to the service you provide, so you’re not able to separate it. This affects ya bottom line too boo. It’s not sustainable.
3. Procrastination-you worry that what you do won’t be good enough, so why do it at all? This can impact work that you need to do for clts, projects.
4. You settle. You don’t advocate for yourself You settle for whatever comes your way. You don’t know your the worth or value of what you have to offer so that could mean that you are paid less for a project that you should be paid more for, you undercharge, you don’t negotiate for yourself, etc.
5. Social anxiety. You might feel as if you don’t belong in certain rooms. Like, why would so and so want to be your friend? Why would they want to network with u? And that can affect your bottom line as well, because if you arent exposed to different people, how can ppl find you who need your services?
6. It’s causing you social anxiety, and you're settling.You dont think you belong in certain rooms. You're skeptical of whether its even worth it to get out there.You're not figuring out where the conferences are where you can network and meet other people in your industry. You’re not doing EVERYTHING YOU CAN to get in the same rooms with those people that could have a huge impact on your biz. SO GET OUT THERE. You dont know what partnerships you could be missing out on
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