Imposter syndrome is an acute case of self-doubt that affects your results and success— which may hamper your earning potential, in effect. You sound like a thief that is just a few minutes from being identified. You may think your tasks are too large to achieve, or that the constructive criticism of your manager reassures you are the impostor you believe you are. When you find yourself saying "yes," shaking your head up and down, you may encounter this well-known occurrence: imposter syndrome.
Latest studies indicate that the symptoms of imposter syndrome are discussed by 70 per cent of millennials. Those challenges are also faced by industry leaders, actors and athletes. For starters, Serena Williams and Tom Hanks have admitted having imposter syndrome on a frequent basis.
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