So what if you’re a fraud?

Uncategorized Sep 06, 2022

The problem with imposter syndrome is….

Even if we understand the concept - i.e. some people believe they are frauds, when objectively, they’re not….

Lots of us don’t recognise ourselves in that category. 

We still think that WE are the ones who actually ARE frauds. 

We’re the ones who have managed to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes. 

And sooner or later, they’ll figure it out. 

Now, we could talk about how that isn’t objectively true. The fact that:

  • if you didn’t lie on your CV, you’re not technically a fraud;
  • if a business pays you a salary, you must be providing value;
  • you’re not as sneaky as you think;
  • Etc. etc. etc. 

But my problem is, I work mostly with lawyers. 

And much as I love lawyers… 

One of our problems is, we know how to make a great argument. 

So those of you who have decided that you’re a fraud, have done your due diligence. You have evidence; and counter-arguments; and bullet points; and everything. ☺ 

You are ready to take this to court and make your case. 

And that’s the exact OPPOSITE of what I want you to do. 

Because the more you argue for it. The more you’ll believe it. 


If you want a framework to unravel and change your imposter syndrome thoughts, come and work with me. I spend a lot of time, helping my clients recognise, articulate and believe in, their economic value and future potential. 

BUT… in the meantime. 

Imposter syndrome is just a thought. 

So let me offer you another one that doesn’t conflict with your well-built case. 

Who cares if you ARE a fraud? 

If you’re a fraud, then you’re clever enough to have got yourself an epic job, with an amazing salary whilst fooling everyone around you that you know some law! 

Good for you. 


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