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Imposter Syndrome
Imposter SyndromeSkye Winslow
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Imposter Syndrome is the feeling that you haven’t earned your success, you simply got lucky, and you’re a fraud or “imposter” around people who actually earned it and know what they’re doing. It makes one feel that they do not have the skills or expertise to hold their current job, but instead made it there “by chance.” They think if anyone found out how little they know about their job, they’d be fired immediately.


Imposter Syndrome can cause people to doubt themselves and their ideas at work. And for athletes and performers, their right to achieve high praise or recognition. This can lead people to avoid sharing their work, leading initiatives, or pursuing challenging tasks for fear of being discovered as an “imposter.”


If you’ve experienced this feeling, you are not alone. Surveys reveal that about 70% of people suffer from the feeling that everybody must know what a fraud they really are, and that any moment now they are going to be 'found out'. Even highly competent and skilled people report having this experience.

This audiobook will help you overcome misplaced self-doubt and insecurity to form a fairer judgment of yourself. You’ll learn how to properly deal with this type of anxiety and develop a new healthier perspective on what you’re actually capable of as you learn to trust yourself at a very intuitive level.

We recommend you listen to this audiobook at least once a day for a minimum of 21 to 28 days as you allow your subconscious mind to rewire itself.

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