Imposter Syndrome Is An Example Of Confirmation Bias - Deepstash

Imposter Syndrome Is An Example Of Confirmation Bias

You decided a long time ago that you were a fraud and for years you’ve been building an argument in support of this in your head, ignoring any information that doesn’t fit and operating a strong bias against yourself. This unwavering belief is one of the biggest reasons you’re unable to move forward.

Constructive criticism, negative feedback, and mistakes are all proof that you’re not good enough. You go over them in your head and replay them in micro detail. 

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