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How to overcome imposter syndrome in your business by Dante [FREE]

January 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+9.5

Free
You made the decision to start or build up your business. But that nagging voice inside is telling you,”who do you think you are?”

Level : Beginner

Date/Time:

Monday, 18 January 2021

WA: 09:30 AM to 10:30 AM (AWST)

NT: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ACST)

QLD: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM (AEST)

Imposter Syndrome is destructive in life and business. And it’s rampant in small business owners. Particularly those who once worked full-time jobs and then started their own businesses. Even those who have grown highly successful businesses go through it.

Imposter Syndrome is probably happening to you if you ever ask yourself:

“Who do I think I am, doing this thing?”

“I’m not an expert. I’m just another nobody”

“I’ll probably fail at this. I clearly don’t have what it takes”

Imposter Syndrome, at its root, is that nagging doubt that you are who you say you are, or you are not really the person you’re making yourself out to be – even if you are being authentic to who you are and what your capabilities are.

In this insightful free webinar with Dante St James, you will learn:

  1. What imposter syndrome is, and how it affects your business
  2. The things that Imposter Syndrome stops you from achieving
  3. Some stories of amazing people who still battle with it
  4. Some strategies to confront and overcome it in your life and business
  5. How to live out the overcoming of Imposter Syndrome online and in public

This workshop is brought to you by Business Station and AusIndustry under the ASBAS Digital Solutions Program

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Your host is Dante St James, one of Australia’s most credentialed digital trainers.

Before he worked in the digital world, he was a Physician who went on to be awarded a PhD for his research into economically and psychologically vulnerable communities of far Northern Australia.

Now firmly in the digital universe, Dante holds the following further qualifications and certifications:

Bachelor & Master of Business Information Systems (UNSW)

ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management

Foundational Certificate, Diploma & Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Digital Marketing (Chartered Institute of Marketing)

Diploma of Digital Media Technologies (TAFE NSW ICT50915), Website Development (TAFE NSW ICT50615) & Information Technology (TAFE NSW ICT50115)

Certificate IV in Digital Media Technologies (TAFE NSW ICT40815) & Web-Based Technologies (TAFE NSW ICT40315)

Google & Infoxchange Digital Springboard Trainer

Facebook Blueprint Lead Trainer (AU/NZ), Digital Marketing Associate, Media Planning, Media Buying, Creative Strategy & Marketing Science Professional certifications

Dante is professionally associated with the Australian Marketing Institute, Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK), Australian Computer Society, Chamber of Commerce NT, Tourism Top End, the Australian Institute of Office Professionals, the ICT Industry Association of the Northern Territory, Territory Proud, Darwin Pride Festival, Skål International Darwin and .au Domain Administration.

Dante is an approved presenter of workshops for the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Digital Solutions program, Head of Digital at Treeti Business Consulting in Darwin, a Lead Trainer with Facebook Australia & New Zealand and the Founder of Clickstarter, a regional Australian digital marketing agency.

You can find out more about Dante at https://dantestjames.com/

#impostersyndrome #mindset #smallbusinessowners #confidence

Important – Participating businesses must be aware that this information will be provided to the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources for program evaluation and reporting purposes; and businesses may be approached by a representative from the Department to complete a survey on the services provided.

PLEASE NOTE: To register for this event you must be a business (0-19 employees)  and provide your ABN.