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You’reReallyGood
AtYourJob.
Some of these people probably feel
like they don’t deserve to work here.
Why?
Imposter Syndrome
1.
“I’mLucky.”
Maybe, but you’re also really good at your job.
2.
“I’mreallynice,sothey’re
beingnice.”
Maybe, but you’re also really good at your job.
3.
“Ihadalotofhelp.”
Oh my God, stop. You are seriously good at your
job.
“I’ve written 11 books and
each time I think ‘Uh-oh,
they’re going to find me out
now’. I’ve run a game on
everybody, and ...
“I’ve written 11 books and
each time I think ‘Uh-oh,
they’re going to find me out
now’. I’ve run a game on
everybody, and ...
You’veGotitBadif:
✖You self-prescribe limits
✖You avoid new experiences
✖You don’t enjoy your
achievements
OvercomingImposter
Syndrome
OvercomingImposterSyndrome
Own Your Successes
OvercomingImposterSyndrome
Own Your Successes Cease Comparisons
OvercomingImposterSyndrome
Own Your Successes Cease Comparisons
Risk Exposure
Youarereally
good.
Thanks!
Any questions?
Resources
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/26/your-money/learning-to-deal-
with-the-impostor-syndrome.html
http://www.bbc.co...
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You're Really Good at Your Job: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

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Many high-achieving individuals suffer from Imposter Syndrome at some point in their careers. Imposter Syndrome is the tendency to externalize your achievements by crediting them to things like luck, manipulation, or other people. If these thought patterns are severe enough they can hold you back from reaching your goals. Here are some practical tips for identifying and addressing Imposter Syndrome within yourself.

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You're Really Good at Your Job: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

  1. 1. You’reReallyGood AtYourJob.
  2. 2. Some of these people probably feel like they don’t deserve to work here.
  3. 3. Why? Imposter Syndrome
  4. 4. 1. “I’mLucky.” Maybe, but you’re also really good at your job.
  5. 5. 2. “I’mreallynice,sothey’re beingnice.” Maybe, but you’re also really good at your job.
  6. 6. 3. “Ihadalotofhelp.” Oh my God, stop. You are seriously good at your job.
  7. 7. “I’ve written 11 books and each time I think ‘Uh-oh, they’re going to find me out now’. I’ve run a game on everybody, and they’re going to find me out.” Who said this?
  8. 8. “I’ve written 11 books and each time I think ‘Uh-oh, they’re going to find me out now’. I’ve run a game on everybody, and they’re going to find me out.”
  9. 9. You’veGotitBadif: ✖You self-prescribe limits ✖You avoid new experiences ✖You don’t enjoy your achievements
  10. 10. OvercomingImposter Syndrome
  11. 11. OvercomingImposterSyndrome Own Your Successes
  12. 12. OvercomingImposterSyndrome Own Your Successes Cease Comparisons
  13. 13. OvercomingImposterSyndrome Own Your Successes Cease Comparisons Risk Exposure
  14. 14. Youarereally good.
  15. 15. Thanks! Any questions?
  16. 16. Resources http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/26/your-money/learning-to-deal- with-the-impostor-syndrome.html http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-36082469 http://www.forbes.com/sites/margiewarrell/2014/04/03/impostor- syndrome/#5d36438ceb9d http://bsris.swu.ac.th/journal/i6/6-6_Jaruwan_73-92.pdf http://www.slidescarnival.com/

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