IMPOSTOR SYNDROME

Recognise it and overcome it!


70% of people (some studies put this as high as 87%) suffer from Imposter Syndrome at some point in their life?

You're not alone in feeling this way, some would even say it's normal.

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WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM THIS BOOK

* Understanding how Impostor Syndrome develops

* How do you deal with Imposter Syndrome before it derails your career completely?

* How to make an action plan

* This book will delve into what Impostor Syndrome truly is and how to differentiate it from

natural caution or doubt.


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The core feeling here is FEAR.

Fear of having others see you're not good enough.

Fear you don't have the skills to do choreography you're given.

Fear you don't have control of the situation or the ability to prove you have what it takes …even if you don't believe you do.

Impostor Syndrome can drag you down. It occupies every waking thought to the point of obsession. It reminds you relentlessly of every perceived failure and tears you apart from the inside out.

How do you get out of this spin cycle of cynicism?

You start by finding something different to focus on. Instead of worrying about life and what you're doing. Ask yourself how you can help those around you, then put these thoughts into action. Volunteer, mentor, spend time with a lonely neighbour or even call up an old friend who's been feeling down.


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FROM MY BOOK, YOU WILL LEARN A LOT ABOUT YOURSELF, WHAT IMPOSTOR SYNDROME IS AND HOW TO DEAL WITH IT

Table of Contents

Introduction

What is Impostor Syndrome?

Who Suffers from Impostor Syndrome?

How Impostor Syndrome Holds Us Back

Am I An Impostor?

The Various Types of ‘Impostors’

Impostor Syndrome Self-Test

Dealing with Impostor Syndrome

Techniques for Dealing with Impostor Syndrome

Keeping Impostor Syndrome Away for Good

Conclusion

36 pages

How do you deal with Imposter Syndrome before it derails your career completely?


Understanding how Impostor Syndrome develops


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IT’S TIME TO ACT NOW.

A BONUS of a 31 page FREE Impostor Syndrome Workbook worth £2.99

What in the world are you telling yourself?

When you're feeling less than yourself and digging into a bad case of Impostor Syndrome, it might be easy to wonder just where such negativity came from. If this is the case, you might want to check into what you've been telling yourself lately.

When your self-talk is negative, sooner or later, it's going to pile up and start showing in your attitude toward life and yourself. This is the food for Impostor Syndrome. You'd be amazed at how much it thrives off of failure and mistrust.

You'll be even more amazed at how quickly Impostor Syndrome fades and dies when you combat it with more positive self-talk.

With this in mind, it’s time to accept compliments, enjoy the accolades, and remind yourself of just how many good things you've already done in your life. A few positive words in the privacy of your head will do more to erase Impostor Syndrome than anything else.

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ABOUT THE CREATOR OF HELP4DANCERS

Terry Hyde MA MBACP

Psychotherapist/counsellor

Terry started dancing at age 6, won a 5 year scholarship to the RAD and subsequently attended the Royal Ballet Upper School, joining the Royal Ballet at age 18. He then moved to London’s Festival Ballet (now ENB) as a soloist. Having left London's Festival Ballet after 3 years, he started performing in musicals in London’s West End, in Film and on TV.

On retiring from performing, Terry set up a Business Manager for people in show business. On selling the business 15 years later, he retrained as a psychotherapist attaining a Masters Degree in Psychotherapy & Healing Practice validated by Middlesex University in 2012.

Terry combined his two passions, dance and psychotherapy, when he set up www.counsellingfordancers.com in 2017. He wanted to help dancers with their emotional and mental health issues. Having had a career as a dancer, Terry has a great understanding of the needs of dancers’ mental health issues. His one-on-one sessions are via Zoom and therefore he sees clients from around the world.

Terry presents interactive Mental Health Self-Care Workshops for Dancers. These proactive workshops are to help support dancers’ mental wellbeing teaching them resilience and how to be mentally fit and emotionally strong. In 2021 Terry created the Help4Dancers app.

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