Imposter syndrome.  
That feeling that others will discover you are actually not as good as they expect, and at any point you will be exposed and ridiculed as a fraud. If you can relate to this, then you are not alone as it’s estimated that 70% of the population have experienced and suffer from imposter syndrome.  Some of the most successful people have suffered from it.

Rowena Millward, author of Uncomfortable Growth – Own Your Reinvention, is a global leader in business and personal growth. After twenty-five years working in Top 500 companies, she says that at its core imposter syndrome is triggered by fear, being the psychological experience of not being confident in your ability to meet challenges, resulting in self-doubt overshadowing actual success.

Listen to her tips on how to turn imposter syndrome into confidence and conviction.