3-Day Online Conference for Those In Biz Who Like To SPARKLE!



Online Conference: The only event exclusively for Coaches, Consultants, Healers & Course Creators


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Ranbir Puar

Life Strategies Coach & Author
Pure Atma Growth & Development Inc.

Ranbir Puar is a Life Strategies Coach, Author, Keynote Speaker and Podcaster who helps women transform their inner dialogue in order to help them reach their full potential, personally and professionally.  Ranbir started her coaching practice in 2009 and her work has impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world.  Using practical, powerful and profound techniques to help individuals interrupt old patterns and programming Ranbir is able to help her clients achieve long-lasting change.  Prior to her coaching practice, Ranbir worked in senior-level corporate positions and she is well-versed in the challenges (and opportunities) women can experience in the workplace.

Workshop Sessions

TOPIC: Getting Rid of your Imposter Syndrome

DESCRIPTION: Do you know that imposter syndrome is one of the greatest challenges people feel in the workplace?

“Imposter syndrome can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success. ‘Imposters’ suffer from chronic self-doubt and a sense of intellectual fraudulence that override any feelings of success or external proof of their competence.” (Harvard Business Review)

Chronic self-doubt…doubting the PROOF of competence and success. The imposter feels isolated and alone – in the home and in the workplace. This person has felt alone for as long as she can remember.

In the case of the “imposter syndrome”, your inner dialogue is telling you that you are a fraud. That you essentially cheated, or you were given some kind of break/preferred treatment. The main message being that you are not worthy of your successes in your life. Key

Takeaways: Understanding the birthplace of your imposter syndrome. Techniques on how to challenge the voice of your inner critic. How to transform that negative narrative into a productive dialogue. Learn to become comfortable with your wins, and your losses.