Stopping The Second-Guessing - Deepstash

Stopping The Second-Guessing

  1. Understand that imposter syndrome is common among brilliant, qualified professionals and it is okay to be nervous.
  2. Keep in mind that the best of us can fail, and try not to let the fear of failing to get the better of you.
  3. Handle things one day at a time, focusing your nervous energy on new learnings.
  4. Be sincere to yourself and everyone around you, and understand that no one has all the right answers.
  5. Capitalize on your strengths.
  6. Try to find a trustworthy ally and form a support system.


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