Think of your greatest achievements. Do you feel proud of what you’ve accomplished? Or do you feel like a fraud?
Does each raise, promotion or accolade bring joy? Or is it accompanied by the dread that, one day, your cover will be blown, and everyone will find out that you just got lucky?
If you are feeling this way, you may be experiencing impostor syndrome. Those who experience impostor syndrome often believe they are inferior to others or have faked their way into positions despite impressive accomplishments. Up to 70% of both women and men, especially high-achievers, experience impostor syndrome at some point in their career.
If you experience feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt, you may be surprised to learn that you are far from alone. Impostor Syndrome is typically associated with high achievers. So, if you feel like a fraud, the chances are that you’re more capable than you think. Real frauds don’t worry about this!
In this course, we’ll examine Impostor Syndrome: what it is, how it can limit your possibilities, and the strategies you can use to overcome it.
Join us as we explain the different types of Impostor Syndrome and share constructive ways you can begin to overcome this negative thought cycle.