Disney engineer Elaine Schomburg LaFleur joins in to tackle the issue of Imposter Syndrome; and especially how it can impact women and their careers.

Despite having success and experience, 70% of people suffer from Imposter Syndrome. Understanding our limiting beliefs and how to process and qualify our thoughts can make a huge difference in confidence.

Identifying and working within your strength and intentional positive thinking will help you achieve success. When you encounter an issue, you have three ways to guide you as you navigate it: gut instinct, past experiences and asking a lot of questions.


Recommended Resources

Steven Covey Books

Strengths Finder by Tom Rath

Leading at a Higher Level by Ken Blanchard

Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

Society of Women Engineers