If persistent self-doubt is not addressed, it can lead to:
Procrastination or lack of motivation
Difficulty making decisions
Imposter syndrome goes hand-in-hand with self-doubt. Psychologists describe it as the experience of feeling like a fraud, despite having achieved success. Imposter syndrome is something that is especially felt among women and minority groups. With imposter syndrome, it can limit our courage to put ourselves out there in a meaningful way or go after new opportunities. It causes people to experience self-doubt about if they are “qualified enough” or doing “well enough,” in a job, a relationship, a friendship, as a parent, or any other activity (even though they usually are).
Self-doubt and imposter syndrome can have a significant negative effect on someone’s self-esteem.
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5 SECRETS TO SUCCEED WITHOUT GUILT
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