Are you tired of feeling held back by negative emotions and limiting beliefs? It’s time to take control of your mindset and emotions and live a life you love! This week on IMPACT, we’ve got just the guests to help you do that! Meghan Walker sits down with the dynamic duo of Susan Hobson and Dr. Joan Rosenberg.

Dr. Rosenberg is a world-renowned psychologist, consultant, and media expert who knows a thing or two about achieving a life you love. Her book, 90 Seconds to a Life You Love, is a must-read for anyone looking to improve their mental wellbeing. Susan Hobson is a neuro-linguistic programming coach who works with top executives, athletes, and other high achievers to help them break through their mental barriers.

Confidence is crucial when it comes to building a strong foundation of self and getting past imposter syndrome. But true confidence isn’t about trying to be perfect or competing with others. It’s about knowing your own limits, showing up, and doing the best you can at any age and stage of life. It’s about knowing your worth and the value you bring to the table.

So how do you build confidence? By cultivating self-awareness, not avoidance. When you’re faced with negative emotions, it’s important to name them and allow them to pass. Most feelings only last 90 seconds, so don’t let them hold you back. And when you lean into your feelings, you can gain valuable insights and use them to make better decisions or take action.

But it’s not just about managing your emotions. You also need to examine the root of your limiting beliefs and identify where critical self-talk is coming from. By confronting these beliefs and challenging them, you can navigate around them and open yourself up to new possibilities.

A change in thinking can have a big impact, and self-awareness and clarity on your values are key to being true to yourself and performing at your best. So don’t miss this episode of IMPACT with Dr. Joan Rosenberg and Susan Hobson – start mastering your mindset and emotions today!



[2:14] What is it that makes someone confident and why is it so difficult to face unpleasant feelings

[5:40] Imposter syndrome      

[8:21] What to do when you feel imposter syndrome

[10:24] Calibrating language

[12:53] The formula: one choice, eight feelings, 90 seconds

[14:11] The eight feelings

[21:27] Three reasons why feelings linger

[26:16] Effects of harsh self-criticism

[31:59] Difference between happiness and inner peace

[36:29] Asking for help

[39:26] Moving through vulnerability





“Confidence is the deep sense that you can handle the emotional outcome of whatever you face or whatever you pursue.”

Dr. Joan Rosenberg


“People come through my door for the first time with imposter syndrome because they’re realizing that the success that they’ve achieved has been created on a false foundation of self.”

Susan Hobson


“No amount of victories or wins are enough when you’re coming from a false foundation of self, meaning that you have a belief system or a mindset that you’re faking it.”

Susan Hobson


“Whether you’re opening up your door for the first time or you’ve been doing it for a long time, really examine and unpack the mindset of what is enough.”

Susan Hobson


“We’re co-creators with life. Many of us don’t realize that and are at the level of awareness where we still think life is doing something to us.”

Dr. Joan Rosenberg


“The one choice is choosing into awareness, not avoidance.”

Dr. Joan Rosenberg


“When thoughts, feelings, words and actions all match, then one feels congruent. That’s the foundation of confidence and it is also the foundation of inner peace.”

Dr. Joan Rosenberg


“When I can be with my vulnerability, that is actually when I’m at my greatest strength.”

Dr. Joan Rosenberg


“If anybody really peels back the layer on perfection, they’d see that it’s a race that they’ll never win. What I like to teach my clients is that if you’re a perfectionist, that’s a goal you’ll never reach.”

Susan Hobson


“There’s not any one of us that enters this world or leaves this world a different way. We all enter it and we all leave it the same way. We’re from the same fabric. And when we can adopt that and live from that place, then our whole whole human experience can change. So healing the rupture that we’re different and being able to come together is such a crucial part of healing.”

Dr. Joan Rosenberg


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