Imposter syndrome or what psychologists refer to as imposter phenomenon is a psychological term referring to a pattern of behavior where people doubt their accomplishments and have a persistent, internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud. These feelings of inadequacy and self doubt, are generally accompanied by anxiety and, often, depression. It is important to note that Imposter Syndrome is not an actual syndrome or disorder but a term coined by clinical psychologists Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes in 1978, when they found that despite having adequate external evidence of accomplishments, people with imposter syndrome remained convinced that they don’t deserve the success they have. We know from the research that imposter syndrome is in large part a reaction...
For this exciting THESE THREE THINGS SEGMENT discussion, I am delighted to host renowned Los Angeles based photographer, art director, and coach, CLAUDIA GOETZELMANN! Join us while we discuss creating trust with clients and colleagues, and the wealth of lessons Claudia has learned from opening up to vulnerability. It's a good one! Listen here.
The process of capturing a person is about connecting with them.
A great creative team not only trusts each other, but can be vulnerable. That's where the great art happens.
When vulnerability is not well received, it's hard and heartbreaking, but 100% survivable.
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WHY EVERYONE IS LIKE A PAINTING PSYCHOLOGY + THE CONTINUUM When I began my psychoanalytic study about a million years ago, I didn't understand a thing. I started graduate school with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree and a handful of college level psych classes I had taken as prerequisites to get into a masters of clinical psychology degree program. I was unaware that I was about to embark on an entirely new way of thinking. Everything from my perception of the world, to my use of language would be tested. Sadly enough, I didn't even know how to spell the word Attached. My friend and officemate Dr. Aaron Estrada kindly pointed this out to me on a daily basis...
"Anger doesn't happen in a vacuum," says Dr. Ryan Martin, anger researcher at University of Wisconsin at Green Bay. Anger arrives with other emotions. Anger is how we are feeling in that moment plus whatever is provoking our anger. This equation has everything to do with the level of anger we express. The results from a provocation like being stuck in traffic, combined with a pre-anger state like anxiety are dependent upon our appraisal of the situation. Is this good or bad? Is this fair or unfair? How unfair is this? Our ability to cope or emotionally regulate what is provoking our pre-anger state is what determines the intensity of our anger. And it looks like this: Can we cope?...
For this exciting THESE THREE THINGS SEGMENT discussion, I am delighted to host KATIE STEWARD, founder of SHION STUDIO, a New York based creative studio focused on helping businesses in pivotal moments of growth.
Join us while we discuss overcoming fear, the simple truth of good work, and how the best ideas come when we step away from the screen. Virtual high fives all around for this fun and enlightening episode! Listen here.
Identify what you're afraid of, and learn how to not let it hold you back.
"Work hard and be nice to people"
Turn off your phone/computer/internet
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