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Managing Imposter Syndrome

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Managing Imposter Syndrome

August 22, 2022

Managing Imposter Syndrome

Have you ever felt like you’re not good enough, that you’re a fraud and that someone will find out sooner or later? If so, then you may be experiencing imposter syndrome. While it’s normal to have doubts at times, if you’re struggling with imposter syndrome chronically, it can be really damaging to your self-esteem and career. 

In this week’s episode of High Performance Nursing, I dive into what imposter syndrome is and how you can manage it. I’ll give you some tips on how to deal with it when it comes up, and how to prevent it from holding you back.

While imposter syndrome is commonly associated with high-achieving individuals, it can affect anyone. It’s especially common in women and minorities, it can make them feel they have to work twice as hard to prove themselves.

If you’re struggling with imposter syndrome and how to move past it this episode is for you!

WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE:

  • What does imposter syndrome look like? (02:36)
  • Are there benefits of imposter syndrome? (06:33)
  • the power of your thoughts (14:37)
  • Reframing the mind (17:11)
  • How coaching can help (19:10)

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