“I wonder how long it will take
before someone figures out that
I’m not very good at this.”
“I really don’t deserve my success.
I’m the perfect example of the word lucky.”
“I shouldn’t have been given this job.
I don’t know what I’m doing.”
Have you ever caught yourself thinking this way? These types of thoughts are common in those that experience Impostor Syndrome.
This insidious affliction consists of pervasive and consistent thoughts of inadequacy, even when you’ve proven yourself to be entirely capable. It’s like you can’t convince yourself of how great you are, even when you really are!
While everyone suffers from self-doubt on occasion, someone with Impostor Syndrome feels this way all of the time. It doesn’t matter how much you accomplish. You might win an Oscar for best leading actor, but you’re still convinced you can’t act.
There are many people who feel this way and it’s not limited to any particular demographic. Men, women, children, doctors, lawyers, teachers, and custodians can all suffer from Impostor Syndrome.
Do you feel like a phony?
Do you find it hard to believe that people trust you?
Do you regularly feel self-doubt, regardless of how much success you achieve?
If so, you’re in the right place.
In this ebook you will learn more about yourself and your options for dealing with Impostor Syndrome.