Impostor Syndrome: You’re Not The Only One // Top Ten Tips

January 01, 1970 Published by Geoff Watts

“Everyone else is better than me. I am not as good as people think I am and I am going to get found out.” // Impostor Syndrome

This underlying belief can lead to people magnifying their failings, discounting their achievements, and focusing a lot more on what they can’t do than what they can do. In short, people with Impostor Syndrome tend to be harder on themselves than they deserve and more generous in their views of others.

You’d be surprised to know how many people suffer (or have suffered) from Impostor Syndrome, including myself.

In this video I bring together the Top Ten Tips I use when coaching others (and for myself) to tackle Impostor Syndrome. This is the first in my new ‘Top Ten Tips’ video series and follows on from my shorter leadership Lightbulb Talk videos.

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