You think you’re a fraud.
You don’t know how to show up in your life because of this story.
- So you hide away.
- You don’t show up.
- You don’t speak out.
- You don’t create what you want in your life.
Let’s take a look at the definition of fraud:
“A person or thing intended to deceive others, typically by unjustifiably claiming or being credited with accomplishments or qualities.”
Now, looking at that definition, do you still think you’re a fraud?
Are you intending to deceive others?
Are you claiming accomplishments that you did not achieve?
Answer YES or NO.
My hunch is the answer is NO to all of these questions.
Sure you may not know how to do something right now, but you can learn.
To show up in your life, you must start telling yourself the truth about YOU.
Instead of believing you’re a fraud …
…tell yourself right now “I don’t have certain skill sets to do X.”
…give yourself permission to be YOU.
…be all of you, your great strengths as well as the messy parts of you.
…own all of your accomplishments and failures (we all have them)
Now, from this place of telling yourself the truth about what you can really do (as well as understanding your limitations), go step out into your life.
When you tell yourself the truth about you … the lie of being a fraud lets go of it’s tightness around you.
Keep telling yourself your truths. This will reduce room for your old lies.
Embrace all parts of you … your strengths and your flaws. This will allow you to accept your truths and own your abilities.
P.S. Stop living the lie of believing you’re a fraud and instead let’s get you to believe in yourself. Learn the 4 steps to managing your mind.