Originally found at Forbes
Many people come to therapy questioning their competence at work. They ask questions like:
In a survey conducted in 2021, global online sampling technology firm InnovateMR found that imposter syndrome, or the unsubstantiated belief that you are not as good at your job as others think you are, affects 65% of the workforce today. According to the survey, women are more likely to be victims of this belief than men.
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