What do you do when you feel like an impostor?

Impostor Syndrome is defined as high-achieving individuals who have trouble internalizing their accomplishments and experience a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud.”

Sadly, women are the ones who predominantly suffer from this. The worst part about Impostor Syndrome is that we tend to believe we’re the only ones who experience it.

If you’ve ever felt like an impostor, you’re not alone.

Ladies Get Paid, an international collective that helps women rise up at work, is hosting a Town Hall on November 9 in Los Angeles to discuss how to push past it and through it.

Featured speakers include:
Octavia Goredema – Founder and Editor, Twenty Ten Talent
Sarah Jung – Founder, Faithful Artisans / As We Dwell
Britt Browne – Art Director, Lala Farm, Finca Tierra Negra
Robyn Ward – Founder Coach, Investor, Startup Exec, Connector, Speaker
Alice Toyonaga – Co-Founder and Owner of Modo Yoga LA, East and West
Jennifer Lambertson – Founder of The Constellations, a female-first recruitment service

Ladies Get Paid provides education to help women get paid and get promoted. Their community is 10,000 strong with women from all 50 states across America and in more than 50 countries.

If you’re in Los Angeles come join us and grab your ticket here.

If you’d like to find out more about Ladies Get Paid events near you or join the community, check out ladiesgetpaid.com.

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