Mind design is a podcast for people who want to re-design their thoughts, understand themselves better and step into an empowered life. Hosted by Professional Certified Life Coach Katrina Murphy, this show is for every person on the verge of change who is ready to really understand themselves, elevate their thinking, and transform their lives. Join Katrina each week for powerful conversations, uplifting interviews, and a mega-dose of inspiration.
Feeling like a fraud? Like you're an imposter and sooner or later you'll be found out? In this episode, Katrina dives into understanding what Imposter syndrome is, what it looks like, how it affects us and what we can do about it to change this pattern of thinking.
FEAR OF FAILURE
Fear is part of human nature, making the fear of failure something that most of us have had to navigate as we seek success in our lives. Whether it’s in relationships or at work, fear can keep us deeply rooted in patterns of behavior that are doing anything but moving us in the direction of our dreams.
Understanding and being able to identify this fear is the first step in creating awareness and changing the extent to which fear has a hold over our lives.
WHY WE ARE AFRAID TO HEAL
We say that we want to change. We say that we want to grow. We say things like “I’ve forgiven” or “it’s not really a big deal to me anymore” because we want to be over it. But the reality is that we're not over it. And the thought of actually attempting to 'get over it' makes you feel a little sick to your stomach. That's fear.
Understanding this fear and why you're stuck is pivotal to you moving forward and creating change.
Responsibility is a key foundational component in our journey of personal development and is pivotal to having a sense of power in our lives. In this episode, your host Katrina speaks to what responsibility looks like, what we are accountable for and ways to change your feeling of responsibility within your life.
THE INNER CRITIC
We all have that sneaky little voice at the back of our heads…The one that judges. The one that’s never satisfied. The one that blames, likes to play the victim and keeps us stuck.
That voice is your inner critic. It's the way we keep ourselves safe. It also keeps us stuck.
In this podcast, I'll discuss where this voice comes from, where it's rooted and what you can do to change this type of self-sabotage.
We've all been in those situations where we feel ourselves becoming emotionally upset based on someone's comment or perspective. It's uncomfortable and often we look to escape or numb the discomfort. In this short episode, host Katrina Murphy (Mind Design) discusses the gift that emotional triggers deliver.