4 Ways to Beat Imposter Syndrome in Just 15 Minutes

Imposter syndrome is loosely defined as doubting your abilities and feeling like a fraud. It disproportionately affects high-achieving people, who find it difficult to accept their accomplishments.

One study found that about 70% of all people have felt like an imposter at some point. Imposter syndrome often affects those who are highly capable perfectionists.

What does imposter syndrome look like?

You don’t give yourself credit. You may think it’s only a matter of time until the luck runs out, and you’re exposed.

You’re in the forest, so you can’t see the trees. As more wins and accomplishments pile up, you aren’t able to clear the cobwebs and look at your achievements for what they really are.

Ask yourself this:

“If a stranger shared these accomplishments with me, would the logical conclusion be that they are all a stroke of luck and therefore a fraud?” Probably not.

  1. Maybe you have the curse of knowledge blindness.
  2. Maybe you don’t realize we are all constantly learning and can’t possibly know it all all the time.
  3. Maybe you need to take a beat to ponder your accomplishments.
  4. Maybe you need to manifest being a big deal in real life… kinda.

Get your wants and goals in orderThink about them via a vision board, positive affirmations, etc.Surround yourself with others doing it, listen to podcasts, join masterminds, etc.Execute. Your thoughts will influence your words, which determines your actions.

Thoughts > Words > Actions

Some call it manifesting. I call it getting off your ass and making sh*t happen.

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