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Since escaping her corporate job in 1995 to found Changing Course
“Dreamer in Residence” Dr. Valerie Young’s career advice has
appeared around the world…

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Hello and welcome to my world!

Mike Myers said he still expects the “no-talent” police to come and arrest him.

It’s called the impostor syndrome and millions of people from CEOs to college students to A-list celebrities secretly feel the same.

I’ve spoken on this subject to over 60,000 people at organizations like IBM, Merck, Boeing, Intel, Chrysler, Harvard, Stanford and many more and am proud and humbled to say I received a six-figure book deal from Random House for The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women.

Got “Impostor Syndrome?”

  • TheSecretThoughtsofSuccessfulWomenBookDo you chalk your accomplishments up to things like luck, timing, or the belief that “it’s just because they like me”?
  • Do you agonize over even the smallest flaws in your work?
  • Do you believe “If I can do it, anybody can”?
  • When you do succeed, do you secretly feel like you fooled them again?
  • Do you worry that you’re going to be “found out?”

If so please enjoy this excerpt from my new Amazon best-selling book with Random House, The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women.

Chapter 6:The competence Rule Book
for Mere Mortals

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