You’ll have to deal with imposter syndrome when you become a creative professional or service provider.
When you start a business is very easy to doubt yourself. It can be difficult if you’re an entrepreneur trying to make everything work simultaneously. This is very common when you become an business owner. Learning all you need to run a business can be tricky, and your inner critic pushes you to be good at everything.
This week I’m talking about imposter syndrome with Bret Shuford from CreativeLife Coach.
Bret is an openly – LGBTQ – working actor and content creator coach. He has performed, produced, choreographed, and directed dozens of Broadway, Regional, National tours, viral videos, television, and film productions from Wicked to the Wolf of Wall Street. He is also one half of the Lifestyle blog Broadway Husbands, with his husband Stephen Hanna.
As a certified life coach he has helped creatives all over the world move from imposter to influencer with the creative marketing map. He can help any creative with inconsistency in their business, experience greater impact and income through his private coaching. Bret has worked with colleges, universities, and corporations such as Disney and Marketing Impact Academy.
He is a highly sought after speaker and educator for professional creatives because he understands people and believes in nurturing an organic audience that is loyal. Bret also shows his clients how to live with impostor syndrome and succeed despite their fears.
If you are a creative professional struggling with imposter syndrome this can be a good opportunity to learn how to succeed and believe in yourself.