How To Deal With Imposter Syndrome & Develop A Renewed Sense Of Confidence By Naomi Empowers

“It’s only a matter of time before everyone realises that I don’t know what I’m doing!” “I feel like a fraud!” “I don’t belong here. Maybe I just got lucky.” “Maybe when I get another degree I’ll be ready.” “Why would anyone buy from me?” Recognise this narrative? At some point or another, it is highly likely that most people, regardless of age have been forced to battle these debilitating thoughts that have the potential to stunt growth, limit opportunities, derail dreams and destroy confidence.  Imposter Syndrome can be described as an invisible dream-killer that resides in the mind of talented, educated and skilled individuals all around the world.  Anecdotal evidence would suggest that the syndrome disproportionately affects women and those from minority ethnic backgrounds.  It is a psychological phenomenon that prevents people from internalising their accomplishments, even in the face of mounting evidence to support their competence. Thankfully, even…

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