Featured in Good Housekeeping as one of 14 powerful books to read for Juneteenth
You have Big Dreams for living a Big Life, but you have one Big Problem--you don't trust yourself. Learn how to let go of that self-doubt and change your life.
You are smart, brilliant, and beyond talented, but if you're a woman, particularly a Black woman or woman of color, you're likely prone to doubting yourself. What's more, society often reinforces the idea that you--that we
--don't deserve the success we do
achieve. But that couldn't be further from the truth.
You just need to believe in yourself and trust your own greatness.
Award-winning journalist, motivational speaker, and blogger L'Oreal Thompson Payton is a self-professed success junkie and poster girl for "overly" ambitious high achievers everywhere. She also knows firsthand how imposter syndrome and self-doubt can derail your dreams. She's experienced the growing pains that come with big career and life changes. But she's also come out the other side ready to kick ass, take names, and bring everyone she possibly can along with her.
In Stop Waiting for Perfect
, she's doing just that: using that hard-won insight to be your guide, your big sister, your best friend, and personal cheerleader to help you through your own journey. She's penned the pocket-sized pep talk to walk with you through any obstacle in your career or personal life.
This book will force you to stop playing small and encourage you to fully step into your power and walk in your purpose. It will awaken the dreams you buried deep within your soul long ago because you thought they were impossible, unattainable--available to other people, but not you. Until now.
Learning to trust your dopeness isn't a one-time achievement to unlock; it's a lifelong journey. No matter where you are in your life, it's time to stop doubting and start living your best life.