It can feel like the world is a closed space – where everyone else knows the secrets to success and that you are alone in your obscurity. It can feel like you have to constantly do MORE to show up as the expert (you think they think) you are. Sounds familiar? Experts call it imposter syndrome or imposter phenomenon, and it’s what causes you to feel like a fraud in your field of expertise. It puts you through a pressurizing competition with yourself. Today, we’re exploring the phenomenon in conscious detail.

In this session, Audrey Cavenecia, chief content officer and co-producer for Amplify Voices, translates imposter syndrome in simple words for anyone who wants to know how it feels. She discusses why women are especially prone to its wrath in leadership roles, the situations that underpin its negativities and how they tend to respond to such pressure. You’ll learn three simple and effective ways to break away from its trap and feel confident as a leader during speaking events or meetings.

Tune in for an honest, unfiltered take on the imposter phenomenon and let it flow past you like a breeze.



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Audrey Cavenecia, Chief Content Officer and Co-Producer, Amplify Voices

Audrey Cavenecia is chief content officer and co-producer for Amplify Voices and the co-host alongside Pete Carroll for the Amplify Voices podcast. A talented storyteller and visionary systems thinker, Audrey has decades of experience in leadership development, entertainment production and content marketing with a focus on championing the humanity in all people. She has worked alongside some of the most influential leaders in the world — including speaker and author Tony Robbins and Oracle founder Larry Ellison — to develop and empower new visionaries as well as build major brands through stories and insights around authentic human connection