Have you ever felt under-qualified?
…Like you don’t know what you’re doing? Like an imposter? It’s more common than most of us would like to admit. Many of us begin something new by feeling the need to prove ourselves.
Logan Sullivan shares how he overcame the Imposter Syndrome in his career with an Alter Ego that knew what it took to do his job, even though he felt severely under-qualified when he began. Suddenly, years later, he looks back and realizes that he now IS the person he was pretending to be, all this time!
Logan has worked closely with the United Nations as an advocate, and traveled for relief work to over 55 countries for International Medical Corp, Handicap International, Action Against Hunger, and Oxfam (Oxford Committee for Famine Relief).
So Alter Ego… what is it? Well it’s not about ego or ego trip. It’s really about exploring the different personalities and characteristics of who we are, internally. Not just in our interpersonal communications with others, but our intRA-personal communication with the individual persons that really add up to be us, who we are! When we are able to explore for them and express them we create such a rich life of greater happiness, greater contributions to ourself, to our families, to others, to our organizations, to our causes, and missions.
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