It's hard to believe we are already well on the way into 2021 - it really just feels like more of 2020 doesn't it. Well, even so, life moves on and I need to focus on professional and personal development as much as anyone. In fact, given that's my core work these days, it's probably … Continue reading How auditing my practice in 2020 helped me manage my own imposter syndrome – a peek inside Coach GP
Imposter syndrome and tips for managing it Dr Jocelyn Lowinger One of the growing problems in healthcare is that many highly competent health professionals, even in the highest positions, are struggling with feeling incompetent and that it’s only a matter of time before they are found out. This feeling of a lack of confidence and … Continue reading Imposter syndrome and tips for managing it
Perfectionism has served me well. Yes I have succeeded academically and in my profession. But it has also caused it’s fair share of unhappiness and is the source of a great deal of my own imposter syndrome. If you can only ever peer into the gap of failure, then you can’t ever really acknowledge your … Continue reading Looking failure in the eye
By the time people book in to see me they have often been puzzling and fretting over this question for months or even years. This question is a biggie. It is one of the commonest reasons people come to me for coaching and I’m grateful for those who choose to include me (as a coach) … Continue reading Should I leave clinical medicine?
I work a lot with fear. Fear in my clients, usually expressed as imposter syndrome. And my own fear as I walk my own journey into the unknown. F-E-A-R I’m no stranger to fear. Fear often sits with me on a daily, and even hourly, basis. As I go about expanding my skills and experiences … Continue reading In fear I trust