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Tired of constantly feeling like you're not good enough?

We're glad you're here - keep reading to learn more.

Enjoying Outdoor

Dr. Goodson has a fantastic program with a step by step guide anyone can follow. Definitely recommend checking out his course - B.N.

Conquer Imposter Syndrome

- For Good

I completed the online program "Solving the Imposter Syndrome Epidemic" and learned a few things about myself in the process...If you are wanting to learn more about this, I highly recommend this program." - T.E.

Dr. Goodson understands how people think at work. He has the empirical and theoretical background to truly help business professional meet or exceed their professional goals. - R.C.

This course really opened my eyes to how widespread Imposter Syndrome truly is. I would recommend this course to anyone experiencing feelings of self doubt, especially related to their career. Dr. Travis is such a great advocate - R.H.

What is Imposter Syndrome?

"...the internal psychological experience of feeling like a phony in some area of your life, despite any success that you have achieved in that area." - Very Well Mind

What Does it "Feel" Like?

What happens if we don't talk about it?

Thinking Man on Couch
We can't make progress - no matter how hard we try...

- Fear

So, What do we do?

We start talking about it

My name is Dr. Travis Goodson, and I'm here to help -

Seven out of ten people suffer in silence every single day: experiencing crippling feelings of inadequacy, self-doubt, and shame.

Often misunderstood, ill equipped, and unsure of what to do next, we engage in self-defeating behaviors, holding ourselves back from our fullest potential.

Imposter Syndrome may be the greatest epidemic in the modern era - with effects unimaginable to those that suffer, as well as the global population.

 

Today, there is hope. Join me as we explore imposter syndrome and learn how to identify the factors that make us susceptible to self-doubt, the theories and strategies that can inform our perspective, and most importantly, engage in psychologically safe practices to make progress in our personal and professional lives.

 

You don't have to suffer in silence any longer - I'll see you in the classroom.

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