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Impostor syndrome as a good thing

Embrace that feeling of inadequacy.

The combination of believing that you can get to almost wherever you want to be, having discipline, and having insecurity about where you are is the formula for a successful, impactful career.

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The Impostor Syndrome

The Impostor Syndrome

It is the feeling that you are not worthy of your designation, title, position or success.

Your accomplishments may be due to luck or effort, but you feel you lack the talent or skill for them.

How to deal with impostor syndrome

How to deal with impostor syndrome

  • Acknowledge the thoughts and put them in perspective: Simply observing that thought as opposed to engaging it can be helpful.
  • Reframe your thoughts: The difference between someone who experiences impostor syndrome and someone who does not is how they respond to challenges.

Imposter Syndrome: Do you have it?

Imposter Syndrome: Do you have it?

What is Imposter Syndrome?

Have you ever felt that you're just not enough? Even when there are evidences that they are not, but have you ever felt that your successes, was rather luck?

The imposter phenomenon refers to feelings of inadequacy, feeling like a fraud, att...

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