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As a Fortune 500 Executive Business Leader, U.S. Marine veteran and life coach, one would expect Mike Kitko to walk through life bursting with confidence. Instead, at the height of his professional success, he believed he was worthless. Kitko was an overweight, over stressed, overachieving, alcoholic business executive on the brink of divorce. From the outside he appeared to have all the pillars of a successful life. On the inside he was constantly questioning his abilities, and his work suffered in turn. His book is a warts-and-all memoir/life workbook that is a vulnerable exposé about past failures in his business and personal life. Kitko reveals his path to discovering the ways in which people “fake it” to avoid appearing incapable. After addressing what brought him to his breaking point and transforming his own life, Kitko teaches readers how they too can move past old beliefs and routines. Through his honed methods of approachable meditation, exercise, reflection through journaling, and many more life-improving practices, The Imposter in Charge is the new manual for decreasing self-doubt and taking on any challenge.
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Mike Kitko is a former United States Marine Veteran, Fortune 500 Executive Business Leader, and holds an MBA, and coaching certification. He lived with the imposter syndrome and alcoholism for years, partially fueled by his childhood trauma and own self-inflicted neglect. He now helps other executive business leaders avoid collapse in their personal and professional lives.