HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT YOURSELF IMPACTS HOW YOU PRESENT YOURSELF TO THE WORLD
Have you ever felt like a fraud in your own life, incapable or unworthy of success? Have you ever worried that everyone has their act together except for you? Imposter syndrome is a persistent feeling of self-doubt and failure. It impacts millions of competent, successful people and often results in anxiety, stress, and burn-out.
In “You (Don’t) Suck: How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome,” Max Masure explores why so many of us struggle to acknowledge our achievements and live true to our values and beliefs. With warmth and candor, Max Masure recounts their own journey from severe burn-out and misalignment with their inner self to coming out as a transmasculine person, recognizing their potential, and finally speaking their truth.
YOU’RE CAPABLE OF GREAT THINGS WHEN YOU TRUST YOURSELF AND ACCESS YOUR INNER POWER
Max Masure shows you how to build a better work-life balance and grow the confidence you need to flourish at work and in your personal life. Through exercises and activities, each chapter helps you define what success means to you, gain clarity about your needs and goals, set boundaries, and reimagine who you want to be.
Max joins host Enrico E. Manalo, Chief of Learner Success of All Aces, Inc. Together they will explore what exactly impostor syndrome is, as well as what we can be doing about it, and exactly what the connection is to advancing racial equity. Max will be guiding Enrico through some exercises outlined in Max’s workbook, so feel free to tune in and to follow along!
Imposter syndrome used to hold me back from my potential and I wish I had this book years ago. Using easy to follow exercises and prompts, this book provides a roadmap that can help you move from burnout to self-empowerment. I particularly like how Max uses their own stories and journey to model this transformation.