Welcome to Episode 6 of the Oh For Food’s Sake Podcast Every fortnight, Lucy and I talk through the trials and tribulations of working in the food industry. This is to help you find new ways of coping through the daily stresses and potentially avoid some of the mistakes that we have both made along
Publish Date: Jun 10, 2021
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Welcome to Episode 6 of the Oh For Food’s Sake Podcast Every fortnight, Lucy and I talk through the trials and tribulations of working in the food industry. This is to help you find new ways of coping through the daily stresses and potentially avoid some of the mistakes that we have both made along the way. In this episode, we discuss imposter syndrome and all the avenues in which it can disrupt your life. One of the big problems that comes with imposter syndrome is procrastination which Amy had to deal with whilst planning this episode, oh the irony! 70% of people suffer from imposter syndrome at some stage of their lives and we break down what this can look like and perhaps where it might originate. There are people you’ll see on a day to day basis who will feed your imposter syndrome whether they know it or not and as we’ve discussed in a previous episode ‘fake it till you make it’ actually feeds into imposter syndrome as well. We also break down how our childhood can affect our future selves, and how seeing imposter syndrome in others as a child may lead us to believe it’s normal and will affect the way we develop. On our next episode, we’ll be talking with Camilla Ainsworth who is a business consultant and the youngest ever BBC Apprentice finalist. She’s really inspiring and bubbling with confidence and energy but faces the same issues as the rest of us so it’ll be great to talk with Camilla about how she deals with these issues. If you enjoyed this episode please follow this podcast wherever you might be listening. If you’re listening on Apple Podcasts we’d love for you to leave us a review and a ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ rating. If you would like further support with myself, Amy for food industry coaching and facilitation find me here on instagram or LinkedInFor food industry Consulting from Lucy you can find her here on instagram or LinkedIn See you next time!