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One of the definitions of impostor syndrome is not being able to admit or accept your success. Rather, you'll attribute the latter to timing, luck, chance, or something else that is unrelated to your skills or effort.

Another way to define it (a little different) by applying it to blogging is to say that what we do, the area in which we are supposed to be trusted, could be observed by a " something true "Specialist and described as poor or amateur.

In a way, success exists, but you don't believe it; and in another sense, one is constantly afraid of a failure that never really manifests.

If you get closer to the specialists of any industry, you will realize that they have (all) in them a certain insecurity and fears.

Here are some answers to your questions:

1. The fact that other people are smarter than you can be quite legitimate

The reason I say this is that I want to avoid making you think that anyone who lives insecurity is just showing some symptoms of the impostor syndrome.

But just because one person is ahead of you on something doesn't mean there aren't plenty behind you who might need your help.

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The question to ask yourself at this stage is: who cares?

2. Fear and insecurity are emotions, not decisions

It is completely normal to have fears or to feel insecure. It is human to worry sometimes or to be stressed. These are realities with which you have to count as long as you are on earth.

But just because you have these kinds of emotions doesn't mean they have to rule you. Emotions are ONLY emotions. They are not choices.

My question at this level will be: What decisions do you make?

3. You can decide to let your feelings of insecurity push or stop you.

It's a question of choice. You can find yourself in a complicated situation, feel the adrenaline rush in you and get stuck completely, or you can use that strength to take the right action. Feelings of insecurity can stop you if you let fear or stress take over.

Feeling these emotions does not mean you can not learn to manage them, and even use them to your advantage. You can let your fears exist, and use them to boost your actions.

Question 3: When will you let your fears work for you instead of working against you?

Fuel instead of gel

Your nervousness, stress, fear of getting caught and the like can really be fuel for you.

Imagine yourself as a music group who sees their lead singer come out the door. The feeling of insecurity that you feel at this time should rather galvanize you and push you to improve yourself both individually and as a team, so that his departure is more perceived as a mistake on his part (if I can put it that way) That as a loss for you.

the impostor's curve

The impostor's curve is similar to the path a snake leaves when it moves on the ground (a series of "v" stuck together).

It is a series of ascending peaks, and you cannot reach the highest peaks (high levels of performance) only if you are willing to let your feelings of insecurity and stress bring you back to a learning posture.

Instead of fooling yourself into telling yourself that you aren't stressed out that someone might push your limits, you can instead accept the truth and use that fear to boost your learning and growth.

  • So what do you plan to do now?
  • Will you let the feeling of insecurity boost you?
  • Will you be willing to face your fears without letting them dominate you?
  • I look forward to hearing from you.

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