Do you ever take time out to evaluate your own performance?
Many people struggle to honestly assess how they’re doing.
- It takes effort; when you have Imposter Syndrome, looking for the things you have done wrong or could improve is a massive trigger.
- It feels time consuming.
- You don’t have a process; self-evaluation is not a skill that is usually taught.
But self-evaluation is one of the most important lessons you learn in Imposter Syndrome Coaching. It’s the process that ensures that every time you go through a growth cycle , you are progressing through the cycle (I.e. improving), instead of just going round in circles! Together with asking for feedback, it’s the part of the process which is going to most accelerate your progress towards your goal.
In this episode, I cover:
- What to evaluate
- How to evaluate
I explain how in Imposter Syndrome Coaching, we take a unique approach: Imposter Syndrome is not a problem you need to fix, it’s just the puzzle you need to solve.
And that is the puzzle of who you are.
When you know who you are, and you take action from “who you are” instead of who you’re not: you get access to all the resources you need to fulfil your potential.
- You don’t succeed by doing. you succeed by being.
- You don’t succeed because of a list of achievements, or what you’ve done, you succeed because of who you’ve become.
So in Imposter Syndrome Coaching, I teach you to evaluate your performance differently. It’s not about what you did, it’s all about who you were.
In this episode, I walk you through the step-by-step process to evaluate who you were when you performed each action, and explain how you can act on the results of your self evaluation to progress.
Who you are is your most valuable asset. Self evaluation is about holding yourself accountable to showing up as who you are. If you’d like to get started, book a free consultation with me.