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  • Writer's pictureAnna Conrad

4 Ways to Overcome the Imposter Syndrome

Self-doubt can be a valuable tool for keeping yourself humble and motivated. However, if it turns into Imposter Syndrome, it can hold you back from reaching your full potential. Here are some ways to combat that negative voice in your head:

1. Recognize that questioning yourself is normal, especially when new to a team or working with people different from you. Don't beat yourself up over it.

2. Redirect your energy into learning and adding value to your work. When you encounter areas where you feel weak, take it as an opportunity to grow and improve. Building skills is the key to gaining confidence and overcoming imposter syndrome.

3. Be authentic with yourself and others. If you stay true to your values and who you are, you're less likely to feel like you must conform to a specific mold or role that doesn't fit you.

4. Seek support from allies, mentors, or like-minded colleagues who can provide a sense of belonging and encouragement. Talking through your feelings with someone who understands can help you see your strengths and build confidence.

Remember, imposter syndrome is a common feeling, and it's okay to experience it. But by addressing it, you can gain the confidence you need to succeed. Would you like to measure your level of Imposter Syndrome? If so, check out the quiz here.

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