The Imposter in Charge. (Paperback)
Life's good, right? You've got the high-paying job, the car, the home, the family--so why do you feel so incomplete?
Maybe your ego is bursting at the seams and you can't show yourself for who you really are. Perhaps you have no boundaries and you pour yourself into others--their problems, their pressures, their pleasures--at the expense of yourself and your own family. You might think you need to be perfect but are acutely aware that you're not good enough. Could it be that deep-down you feel inadequate, incapable, and like a fraud?
That's the imposter syndrome, and it almost ruined Mike Kitko's life.
You don't have to live like that. The Imposter in Charge is the vulnerable and raw account of Mike Kitko's journey from being an overweight, overstressed, overachieving alcoholic business executive who was on the brink of divorce, to a life of authenticity, courage, confidence, and clarity. This transparent account offers a then-to-now experience, as well as practical applications and practices to help you break out of the imposter syndrome yourself--once and for all.
Marine veteran and executive business leader, Mike Kitko lived with the imposter syndrome for years, a result of his childhood trauma. He now helps other executive business leaders avoid fatal collapse in their personal and professional lives.