You’ll have more success pulling people towards you with interest by sharing stories, anecdotes, case studies even, than by mechanically following a sales script. Remember, people buy people, so be a real person, not a dreaded salesperson.
This phase is all about active listening so you can gather information, but importantly understand their emotions and motivations and start connecting the dots to find solutions.
And I understand that affirmations and The Law of Attraction isn’t for everyone, but if imposter syndrome can be worsened by negative self-talk, then it stands to reason that positive self-talk has the opposite effect.
The difference between self-preservation and imposter syndrome is the way you speak to yourself, and why you make a decision.
Change takes you out of your comfort zone, feels uncomfortable or risky, and so no matter how good your intentions are, you just can’t replace old habits. Well, here are some small changes you can make to help you stick with your intentions to create healthy new habits.
So, can you break down the change you want into smaller steps and gradually stretch your comfort zone, rather than burst out of it? If you can it will help you see that each small step is achievable and before you know it, the desired change is comfortable as a whole, and a new habit is often then formed.