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A vast number of people spend much of their lives worrying about the opinions of others. This worry can be paralyzing. Imposter syndrome is incredibly rampant amongst coaches. Coaches often feel like frauds, or not good enough, if they don’t deem themselves as successful as other coaches. They might rate their success based on their popularity on social media, their bank account, their clientele, their body composition, or many other factors. The list goes on.
In this article, Ciara McCormack talks very openly about how she dealt with people who pressured her and attempted to define how she should live in order to be ”successful.” Ciara took a different path, and talks about how she chose to define and live her own version of success.
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