Listen now | Six strategies for dealing with your impostor syndrome. If you’ve ever felt like an impostor, please know that you’re not alone. Most of us feel that way at some point in our lives. Even successful, famous folks have admitted there are times they felt like a fraud. In fact, up to 82% of people have experienced impostor syndrome. It’s common among both men and women and across a range of age groups. Impostor syndrome can definitely hinder your career progress. When I experienced it, I found myself taking fewer risks, questioning my judgment, and doubting my talent. I dismissed my accomplishments as luck and worried that someone would eventually reveal that promoting me was a mistake. The good news is there is something you can do about it. Even though I lived with this feeling for most of my earlier academic and professional life, I found a way to manage my impostor syndrome. Here are 6 strategies that might help you.
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