Welcome to another conversation with my future skills, the podcast where I talk with interesting people about what skills we have and what skills we need to have to be present in the future.
In this episode I talk to Adrian Ashton. Adrian recently self-published a book about imposter syndrome, after he realised that everything most people think they know about it is actually wrong based on various published research. In his wider ongoing work, Adrian holds international reputations for his training and work with enterprises, charities universites and policy developers of all types. And, by the way, he is also the only freelance consultant in the world to have annually published an impact report on his own business for nearly 20 years.
And with that experience in his pocket, we confidently go into a deep discussion about the imposter phenomenon. What is it, how does it manifest, how can we work with it. what is influenced by it and what does it influence? It was a great conversation about all the underlying things that we should talk about nevertheless, but only seem to be doing when we talk about imposter syndrom.
I hope you enjoy the conversation just as much as I did. Here’s Adrian on Imposters.