Jen Sincero is a New York Times best-selling author, multiple times over. Her 2013 book, You Are a Badass, sold over 3 million copies in over 35 languages. Her follow-up book, Badass Habits, comes out in Fall 2020.
Jen’s books are filled with the permission to be you, and when she started writing You Are a Badass, she practiced what she was encouraging others to do. What she writes is not necessarily new in theory, but she writes in a way that is authentic to her style. This is proof that what you bring into any endeavor matters more than what others are doing.
It is important to stay true to yourself and embrace your personal process on the climb to the top. Listen to the full episode to hear Jen’s story and learn how she outsmarts impostor syndrome and stays authentic to herself, her voice and her niche.
A few lessons from Jen…
- Find what works for you. What is your process when it comes to achieving your goals? Do you do well with a deadline, under pressure or in a calm environment? Find what creates your best output and embrace the good and bad of it.
- Look for areas in your life where you are “white-knuckling.” These are times where you get worked up over something. Notice those smaller moments and practice letting it go. This will help you get into a habit of surrendering things that aren’t serving you.
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