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Rejection sensitive dysphoria and imposter syndrome can literally cripple you from taking action on your life and your goals. If you struggle with the fear of rejection, judgement or being left out, then today’s podcast is going to make you feel less alone and provide some tools to thrive.
Have you ever lost hours of your day obsessing over a perceived social slight? Maybe you have a dream to launch a business, or start a new passion project, but you’re terrified of what people might think.
Sometimes this is just occasional moment of self-doubt, but for many folks with ADHD, this is a normal everyday thought obsession. Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (or RSD) isn’t exclusive to ADHD, but it’s highly correlated and along with feeling as though you’re not enough, less than or broken.
Does this sound familiar to you at all?
If it does, then you’re going to love today’s podcast interview with Coach Diann Wingert, who has a rich history of living with ADHD, and coaching people who have it. In this discussion we talk about rejection sensitivity, imposter syndrome and how to know when you’re being too hard on yourself or if you’re really just not up to snuff (yet).
I got so much from this interview and I think you will too. If you want to get super clear on what’s holding you back, Diann has a simple quiz to help you figure it out.
Get to Know Diann Wingert
Diann Wingert, host of The Driven Woman Podcast, became a business mindset coach after a 20-year career as a psychotherapist. She loves helping entrepreneurial women become focused, fired up, and flame retardant by eliminating the beliefs and habits that hold them back.
As an ADHD-powered entrepreneur, Diann is passionate about mentoring like-minded and like-brained women to reach their full potential.
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