The Body Talk Podcast – Conquering Imposter Syndrome
At the age of 55, David Stone was a successful, internationally known marketing consultant pulling down a healthy six-figures.
He was also living in his car.
Not the “living in his car” as in the road warrior who keeps Hertz in business, but literally, every night pulling into the same highway rest stop, grabbing the pillow out of the back seat, and spending the night with his leg wrapped over the gearshift.
How he got to this situation can be summed up in a few words: Anxiety. Self-doubt. Imposter Syndrome. He had literally worried his way into homelessness.
With that massive wake-up call, he set out to reinvent his life into one that is defined by fearlessness, joy, and genuine success. He has learned how to completely remove anxiety, self-doubt, and imposter syndrome from his life, and he lives every day, confidently reaching for more goals and rewards that he knows he can achieve.
In this latest episode of the Body Talk podcast, David chats to Alina Jenkins about how imposter syndrome affects more people than you think – particularly left-brainers – and ways we can begin to remove limiting self-belief. They discuss:
• Deconstructing fear into the harmless mental habit that it really is
• Finding the REAL source of fears and doubts, then letting it go
• Opting out of anxiety, self-doubt, and imposter syndrome
• Replace the useless, negative self-talk with new, powerful mental habits
Listen here or head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify
MORE ABOUT DAVID:
Originally trained as an Architect, David Stone spent 35 years as an international marketing consultant. At the age of 65, he finally figured out what he wanted to be when he grew up, and now he helps smart, self-aware, ambitious people conquer anxiety, self-doubt, and imposter syndrome so they can get on with their dreams.
He is the author of two books, “Unsubscribe from Anxiety: Opt out of the myth that worry is required and take charge of your own life now” and “The Fearless Decision: How to live in the world without being afraid of it.”