Imposter Syndrome? Break the cycle
September 16 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Imposter syndrome is linked to feelings of self-doubt and intellectual fraud and can lead to failure (Villwock, Sobin, Koester, & Harris, 2016). According to psychologists Joe Langford and Pauline Clance (1993), imposter syndrome is the idea that our “accomplishments came about not through genuine ability, but as a result of having been lucky.”
Have you ever thought:
- Am I good enough?; Why should anyone listen to me?; Doesn’t everyone know more than I do?
- Do these questions interfere with your confidence and well being?
- Does it seem like you are trapped in this thinking?
Then this mini workshop is for you.
Use the form to register and receive details about the next Workshop that will help you break the cycle of imposter syndrome.
Meanwhile, read about self-compassion and why you need it here.
You can also assess whether you suffer from imposter syndrome by taking this quiz .