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How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome

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How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome


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Have you ever thought people are going to find out you aren’t as skilled as they presumed? Soon enough, someone is going to realize you are nothing but a fraud; you aren’t sufficiently qualified to be in the position you are in. If so, it’s likely you are affected by impostor syndrome. The phenomenon affects high-achieving individuals who essentially can’t accept their accomplishments and end up believing they either got lucky, fooled everyone else, or simply had the right timing. Even Liz Bingham, a managing partner at Ernst & Young confided to have thought to herself: “What are you doing…

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Francisco Memoria

Francisco Memoria

Cryptocurrency enthusiast, writing about financial freedom and the future of money

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