The Imposter Syndrome in the Workplace with Todd Palmer

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The Imposter Syndrome in the Workplace with Todd Palmer
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Today on Pass The Secret Sauce, we have Todd Palmer who specializes in helping leaders join the mission statement of the organization with their personal core values while addressing fears, self-doubts, and imposter syndrome. He brings a unique blend of authenticity, transparency, and vulnerability to help leaders & organizations achieve their highest goals, and he’s here today to share his story, what he’s learned along the way and his proven framework for helping business owners achieve success.

Todd is an executive coach, keynote speaker, renowned thought leader, author, and CEO who is committed to helping business owners tackle their obstacles and clear their path to success. As an entrepreneur and active CEO, Todd knows the struggles business owners face regarding people, cash, strategy & execution. He took his company from being $600,000 in debt to making the INC 5,000 as one of America’s fastest-growing companies (an astounding 6 times!).

In this episode we discuss:

  • The impact of their dinner table in his life [4:10]
  • Todd’s first exposure in entrepreneurialism and the interesting lesson he learned from it [5:47]
  • His entrepreneurship journey [9:05]
  • Making the INC 5,000 fastest-growing company, his $600,000 debt [10:50]
  • The Imposter Syndrome and the mistakes people do in entrepreneurship [13:04]
  • Key to being a good leader – the vulnerability of a leader [15:11] 
  • Empathetic listening skill in the workplace [20:00]
  • The workplace approaches of a leader; the effect of dictatorial approach [21:12]
  • How he pivoted from his life of debt and his coaching arc [25:36]
  • Types of people he coaches [29:03]
  • Best ways to learn more about Todd and his services  [32:56]

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