Are you laughing? It’s not a joke, I am serious. Are you wondering what’s impostor syndrome?

The impostor syndrome is psychological phenomenon that attacks successful people and high achiever. They feel like fraud, and that others could easily do what they have done.

Impostor syndrome is totally different from low self-esteem. People who suffer from impostor syndrome know their worth, but always feel the need to do more.

Sometimes I feel like a fraud. I feel I was not supposed to be where I am. People like me where supposed to be poor. Not as smart as I am. Not do what I do. Not read what I read. It’s as if I was out of place. When I talk with entourage, they don’t get me and I am wondering how I got there. I think I am fraud. This conversation is on cue in my head most of the time.

I have been really interested in studying impostor syndrome. I have not got it yet, but I am still trying to figure it out. If you feel like you always want to do more or sometimes feel like a charlatan. . Watch out you might have impostor syndrome.

If you are like me, here’s a Forbes’ article written by Margie Warrell that will help you overcome impostor syndrome.

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