Imposter syndrome

How can people be perfectly qualified for their jobs and, at the same time, live in fear they will be exposed as a fraud? That dilemma is at the heart of the imposter syndrome. It is more common than you might think.Sometimes referred to as imposter phenomenon, imposter fear or imposterism, the experience was first labeled in 1978 by Pauline Rose Clance and …

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