Women In Business Seminar: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome So You Can Get On With Your Business

About Your Seminar

Impostor syndrome is a psychological pattern in which you doubt your accomplishments and have a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud.” As a new business owner, this fear is common and can be downright debilitating. If you find that sometimes you feel like you don’t know enougharen’t qualified enough or aren’t worthy of running the business you’ve created, then you are struggling with imposter syndrome.
Join us on May 25 for an interactive and fun workshop that will help you understand why you feel this way and what you can do about it so that it doesn’t hold you back from making money and growing your company.

In this Seminar you will learn:
  • The three reasons imposter syndrome happens to new business owners
  • What you can do to combat feeling like a fraud so that you can focus on your business
  • Tools you can use anytime these fears come up to get yourself out of fear and into action

Registration for this workshop includes lunch and child care, a value of $40.

Meet Your Presenter

Jessica Williams is the Founder and CEO of the Superwoman Project, an organization devoted to helping professional women find more meaning, clarity and purpose in their careers through coaching, training and live events. Jessica is on a mission to put more women in positions of power by advancing the professional development of strong, wise female leaders. She is also the mastermind behind the wildly successful Superwoman Summit in Portland, OR, a multi-day transformational experience devoted to helping professional women up-level their careers and feel more powerful so that they can lead others and make a difference.

*Scholarship Option 1 – Income Based: Partial scholarships are available from Mercy Corps Northwest to low-income individuals with proper documentation. Applications must be received one week before the start of class to be considered. Link to Online Application.

*Scholarship Option 2 – Designated for People of Color: In partnership with Prosper Portland, we are thrilled to be able to offer people of color scholarships to any  training activity. Eligible clients need to have a home or business address within the city of Portland. Our goal is to make business education accessible to everyone in our community. Link to Online Application.

PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER FOR A TRAINING ACTIVITY IF YOU PLAN ON APPLYING FOR A SCHOLARSHIP – wait until your scholarship application has been approved or denied and then proceed with registration. You will be contacted via phone or email by Prosper Portland or Mercy Corps Northwest (depending on which scholarship you apply for) after we receive your application. Questions? Email training.mcnw@mercycorps.org

REFUND POLICY: Refunds are available up to one week prior to the start of the class. If you are unable to continue attending class we do our best to accommodate your situation. Registration is not complete without payment

Event Details

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Mercy Corps Northwest | 43 Southwest Naito Parkway, Portland, OR, USA
43 Southwest Naito Parkway, Portland, OR, USA

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