What do procrastination, perfectionism, comparison, leaky boundaries, diminishment and people-pleasing all have in common?

Well, other than the fact that they are MAJOR impediments on your road to progress and activation, they are also the hallmark of the Impostor Complex. They contribute to confirmation and serve as false evidence of your impostor beliefs. 

And they are double binds that trip you up, coming and going. They trip up ALL of us, though, so you are in excellent company.

I've been coaching high-functioning leaders like you for a decade and I've created this webinar series to help you overcome procrastination, perfectionism, comparison, leaky boundaries, diminishment and people-pleasing. And ULTIMATELY? The Impostor Complex. So you can do the work in the world you were called to do. To Step into Your Starring Role.

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upcoming webinar

Boundary Bolstering with Randi Buckley
Part 3 of the Untying the Binds of the Impostor Complex Series
April 25th 2pm EST

Just like the other coping mechanisms of the Impostor Complex that we’ve explored so far (perfectionism and procrastination), leaky boundaries cost us time, money, confidence and create tons of anxiety. By learning how to design safe, healthy, and beautiful boundaries, we going to dismantle another aspect of that tricky Impostor Complex. 

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Tanya is a leadership coach who helps high-performing women combat their Impostor Complex so they can achieve their ultimate goals. Her clients include best-selling authors, public speakers, and rockstar motivators. 

Previous Webinar: The Perfection Paradox

March 23 at 2pm EST/11am PST

Your desire for excellence isn’t something you want to lose. (I don’t want you to lose it either.) But you know that when it goes unchecked, it can tip you into the land of perfectionism. And when that happens, well, it costs you plenty. Specifically: time, money, opportunities and confidence. All of which are often in short supply to being with. And ultimately, the paradox is that is costs you RESULTS.