Tag Archives | self confidence

Hippos and teachers

I was having a ‘hippo moment’ this morning, when my son and I decided to instead come up with all the things the current, disappointing summer is great for.  You won’t be surprised the list included frogs, snails and ducks,... Read more »
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The missing ‘you’

In conversation with my supervisor yesterday, I realised I was slipping into Impostor Syndrome mode – feeling not good enough as a coach and fearing being ‘found out’.  Interesting, given the number of clients I work on this with, and... Read more »
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Being arrogant?

So often when a client is working on confidence and self-esteem issues, I hear them say: “But I don’t want to come across as arrogant”, or “I hate cocky people, and don’t want to be like them.” I can honestly... Read more »
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Impostor Syndrome

It’s interesting how familiar people I work with often are with the Impostor Syndrome, even if they’re not familiar with that term.  That’s the situation where you may appear very confident, but fear you will be found out as not... Read more »
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