7 Things to Do When Imposter Syndrome Creeps In

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We’ve all experienced imposter syndrome at one time or another and know it’s not a good feeling. Even if you’ve taken the steps to combat those feelings of doubt and insecurity—and for the most part have parted ways with imposter syndrome—it’s understandable that it might creep back into your life from time to time. 

As we make progress in life, it can be easy for waves of imposter syndrome to rush in, so we’re looking at some manageable steps we can take when imposter syndrome begins to rear its ugly head again. 


1. Identify your feelings

The first step toward stopping imposter syndrome in its tracks is not going to be a fun one (fun is coming though!). You need to really sit with the discomfort of imposter syndrome to uncover why you’re feeling the way you are. In some cases, it may be easy to identify why a recent event triggered these feelings; in other…

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