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re: 20 Ways to Fight Impostor Syndrome VIEW POST


Great stuff. I think it's really important to realise that impostor syndrome shifts and changes. There are things I do now with ease, that I once felt like an impostor at. And where I feel like an impostor today is where I'll feel competent or even excel in a couple of months or year's time.


Similarly, there are things I was great at 5 years ago that -- because I haven't practiced them in such a long time -- I'd be hopeless at now. If you don't use it, you lose it.


Truth! It's interesting to observe the re-learning process sometimes, amazing to see what comes back to you as you revisit something old.

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