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When you understand that self doubt and a lack of confidence is something that most people have experienced at some time, it becomes easier to push through these feelings and believe that if other people have overcome impostor syndrome it’s possible for you too.
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Perfection can hold you back and prevent you from trying new things or developing existing skills all because of the fear that the results won’t be perfect the first time we attempt something different.
A common theme for those who experience impostor syndrome is the habit of not taking time to acknowledge and savour success. Celebrate and take credit for your successes rather than attributing them to luck or perfectionism.
Catch and correct negative language you use to describe yourself that reinforces the mindset of impostor syndrome.
Remind yourself that when you don’t know something it’s not a failure, it’s a learning opportunity that can lead to mastery.
We don’t all start with the same level of ability or talent but to progress our knowledge and skills we need to undertake a process of learning and development.
When you’re in the grip of self doubt and fear of exposure, recall past challenges and focus on how you used your strengths and abilities to overcome obstacles and develop new skills.
When you find yourself doubting your right to your success, it can help to focus on your strengths.
Offload to people you trust when you’re in the grip. You might be surprised to hear how many other people have experienced impostor syndrome.
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