In my private conversations with a few networkers recently, several guys and one women admitted to me privately that they felt like a fraud. Nothing seemed to be going right for them. One said that he had been asked to be a mentor to someone in his group but didn’t feel like he knew enough to be a mentor. He is looked up to by everyone in his group, is a very successful salesman but his self-image kept him from offering assistance because he felt like a fraud. How sad.
It doesn’t matter how much experience you have, or how spiritual you are. If you’re putting yourself out there in any way, shape or form — there’s a high likelihood you’ll feel the fear of “not being good enough.”
Many of us make the mistake of believing we need to overcome our fear and get rid of our negative thoughts in order to be successful.
But that’s not true at all!
The real trick is to learning how to make our fears powerless. Click play for Marie Forleo’s simple, but highly effective strategy that will help you cure your “fraud factor” fear once and for all.
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