9 Mar 2020

On this week’s episode of Secrets of the Most Productive People, we discuss our experiences with impostor syndrome and how we’ve learned to combat it.

Impostor syndrome is a common phenomenon among high-achieving people. The term was reportedly coined in the 1970s by psychologists Suzanne Imes and Pauline Rose Clance while they were studying professional women. It’s the idea that despite hard and unbiased evidence of professional success, a person feels like they are not good enough at whatever it is that they do. They are afraid that others will see them as a fraud.

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