The Imposter Cure: Escape the Mind-Trap of Imposter Syndrome Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Imposter syndrome is a phenomenon in which people believe they are not worthy of success. They convince themselves that they have done well due to luck and are terrified their shortcomings will eventually be exposed, making it impossible to enjoy their accomplishments.
The Imposter Cure explores the psychological impact of imposter syndrome and exposes the secrets fears and insecurities felt by millions of men and women. Dr Jessamy Hibberd provides sound expert advice to help the listener better understand the problem and overcome it, so they think differently, gain self-belief and learn to see themselves as others do.
Filled with case studies to bring the concepts alive and packed with strategies to increase confidence, this book is a must-listen for anyone who has struggled with their achievements.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 1 minute|
|Author||Dr Jessamy Hibberd|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||13 June 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 2,507 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
20 in Psychology of Personality
30 in Self-Esteem (Audible Books & Originals)
63 in Self-Esteem (Books)
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I especially liked the ending, where she encourages us to slow down and enjoy the journey and not to be for ever striving for more, more, more. She reminds us of what it is to be a fully rounded human being who is not perfect.
I would say there is a good dose of wisdom in this book, from someone who, refreshingly, does not claim to be perfect herself, but has a lot of professional experience to offer. Its tone is supportive and does not lecture, but comes from a position of knowledgeable and caring friend. Dr Jessamy has done her academic research, along with having a lot of clinical experience, but the book speaks on a personal level, mentioning her own struggles with Imposture Syndrome.
I especially liked the chapters where she encourages us to look at the bigger picture. We all need reminding of that!
I have suffered from Imposter Syndrome for as long as I can remember and it has become worse in more recent years and begun to sabotage my life and work. I hope that others who suffer from it will also draw useful lessons from this book and begin to feel better too. Strongly recommended.
Dr Jessamy helps understand why you may be feeling this way and works through techniques in which to counter it.
A well written, straight forward, no nonsense book full of expert advice and real life examples.