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Take a break when the pressure is high and be curious about how you're feeling.
Don't judge yourself. Take some deep breaths. Get a good night's sleep when you can, or take a nap if that helps. If exercise is your thing, you can do that, too - whatever healthy choice you think may help reset your mind.
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Impostor syndrome doesn't go away just because you achieve certain goals or you have a certain resume or you went to a certain school or you worked at a prestigious place.
Even when you're experiencing all these places, imposter syndrome makes you quite...
There are people who tend to overestimate their abilities and some people who tend to underestimate their abilities.
People who feel like impostors tend to underestimate their abilities. Because the impostor phenomenon makes high-achieving feel like they're not as ...
Be self-soothing. Try affirmations like: "I'm going to do OK, because I did OK last time. I know enough about this. I don't have to be perfect."
It's essential to have grace for yourself. No one is perfect. We're all trying the best we can.
We must acknowledge the societal impact that influences this feeling.
Different racial and even gender groups are messaged with various things about their place in society. What we see, hear, and read can intensify this phenomenon.
Awareness is a key factor in helping yourself with the impostor phenomenon.
Before you can work through any of this, you have to be able to identify it and understand it. Naming reality helps you find your way through it. Naming it also means recognizing ot...
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Tension occurs when your body thinks you're being threatened. A common response to anxiety is shallow breathing. It can turn into a habit and reinforces the feeling that you're threatened.
While deeper breaths feel good, natural breaths, like when you're singing at the top of your ...
When you're feeling unfocused, before trying to make big changes in your life, to fix things, press the reset button and put yourself to bed.
And if you have trouble getting to sleep, try a sleep meditation.
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