are you suffering from Impostor Syndrome?

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Impostor Syndrome can result in persistent feelings of inadequacy, fear of others opinions, and an unsettling feeling of being a “fraud” or unworthy of achievements or titles bestowed upon you.


Women who are seen as high achievers and generally successful are especially vulnerable to experiencing these feelings - although they may have difficulty accurately describing what is is they are experiencing. Using a rubric designed by Certified Empowerment Coach & Impostor Syndrome Expert, Kenzie A. Bond, you will soon be on your way to creating & living a life you have long dreamed of!


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Name *
Are You? *
Age Range *
Education Level *
Please rate the following statements: *
Please rate the following statements:
When people praise me for something I’ve accomplished, I’m afraid I won’t be able to live up to their expectations of me in the future.
I frequently experience feelings of being a "fraud" or fake (this can be in reference to a job promotion, title, degree etc)
I am under earning in my field for my education and experience level
I often wonder why I was hired or promoted
I sometimes think I obtained my present position or gained my present success because I happened to be in the right place at the right time or knew the right people.
I can give the impression that I’m more competent than I really am.
I would describe myself as worthy of abundance in love & wealth.
I have an innate sense of inner worth, and know that I am on my way to creating my dream life.
Are you currently experiencing any of the following:
Click all that apply
Where do you feel the most unhappiness or misalignment in your life? *
Feel free to select more than one - however please limit to the issues that are significantly affecting your day to day life!
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