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ED MIDSON · POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE & CREATOR OF ‘THE LITTLE IMPOSTER’

To support people in discovering and living their best life.

To support people in discovering and living their best life.

Specialist in Applied Positive Psychology, Behavioural Change, Imposter Syndrome, Leadership Mentoring and Team Dynamics

Specialist in Applied Positive Psychology, Behavioural Change, Imposter Syndrome, Leader Support and Team Dynamics

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“Each of us is on our own journey of becoming.”

“Each of us is on our own journey of becoming.”

Life is an unfolding and each one of us has a natural desire to self-actualise; to have, do and be the very best we can. Invariably, there will be challenges along the way, and my goal is to assist you in overcoming them.

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WHAT IS POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY?

It is the applied psychology of happiness, wellbeing and flourishing. This means it seeks to identify approaches that lead to a life of optimal functioning; exploring the attributes, behaviours, practices, strengths and virtues that enable individuals, families, communities and organisations to thrive.

WHAT IS IMPOSTER SYNDROME?

It is a set of limiting beliefs and behaviours that are a triggered by our circumstances. People who have this often feel they are out of their depth, do not belong or deserve their successes. Other signs are low self-esteem, habitual procrastination or overworking, and an inclination to self-sabotage or hide away.

BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE

FAQ: Why do I find it so hard to change, and why might I resist it?

It is often taken for granted, but changing our behaviours can be a lot harder than we might anticipate. This is especially so when the change we’re seeking is not necessarily something we are naturally driven to do. As dynamic and intelligent human beings we have an ability to assess and construct expectations of our own and others behaviour.

Our behaviour is really an expression of what we think, feel and believe, and this is driven by our values and identity. Habits also play a big role as we crafted them over a lifetime. We can sometimes have blind spots to this. But, even with good awareness, if we don’t have a desire for (and knowledge of how to) change, we will likely always resist that change.

Interested in some free resources?

Interested in some free resources?

I like to share tips, tricks, tools and possible traps to watch out for through my writing. Currently I’m doing a lot of research around how we can use Positive Psychology to overcome all manner of issues we face in life. One of the areas that fascinates me most is Imposter Syndrome, and how widely experienced the phenomenon is. Below is a sample what I’ve shared.

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