Is Imposter Syndrome Limiting Your Growth as a Manufacturing Leader?

Episode 248 | Challenges: Leadership Growth

In this week's episode, the MakingChips hosts discuss imposter syndrome and what it means. We talk about how it affects different generations and how to rise above the feeling that you aren't qualified or don't know what you're doing.

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Segments:

  • 0:00 | Nick tells the metalworking nation about Xometry.

  • 5:01 | Nick covers general manufacturing news - and improving market trends

  • 8:55 | Nick defines imposter syndrome

  • 10:05 | Jason brings up a bible verse that illustrates that everyone is a little bit of an imposter

  • 13:32 | Jason asks how you'll learn anything if you never ask

  • 15:30 | The hosts call Tim Thiessen of Okuma to talk about IMTS Spark.

  • 22:26 | Jason and Nick discuss what imposter syndrome means for a manufacturing leader

  • 25:42 | Nick shares a story about feeling like you can't ask questions or make mistakes

  • 30:32 | Jason mentions how important it is to get your self-worth from multiple places, and Nick talks about how ego plays into imposter syndrome

  • 40:00 | Nick talks about how he sees ProShop ERP used in shops across the country.

 

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