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Notes from Imposter Syndrome

  • Self doubt - what is this telling us?
  • Comparison and noticing gaps to others
  • push through hesitance
  • when describing yourself
    • Describe who you are in terms you are most confident in
    • Describe yourself using the terms where you feel a little more ambiguity around
  • Own your greatness
  • To overcome imposter syndrome, you have to change this narrative
    • understand where these imposter feelings originated
  • the story of the beginner with power, motivation
    • learning curve - open self trouble,…
    • connect that to challenging yourself
    • the first couple of years it is just not the good. It needs volume of work to get better
    • your progress is a journey … don’t negatively compare yourself to others … but intentionally compare
  • take the lead in asking for help
    • expect and learn about the learning curve
    • learn about being a beginner
  • gaslighting?
    • dealing with topics beyond my control
    • learn what is within your control
    • take care not to internalize the message from someone else
      • the other might let you feel out of place
      • check for evidence if someone else provides you with argumentation that you are not a fit for the role
      • check for hostile work environment and gaslighting
      • look at the wider environment you are in to discover toxic elements
  • stopping the cycle of self-doubt
    • overcome bias
    • 4 stages of psychological safety

[[Notes from Own your greatness]]

Notes from book Beginners

Notes from Natalie Lue - It’s not in your head, it is Gaslighting

Notes from Lead from the Outside

Notes from 4 stages of psychological safety

Moving forward

  • self-doubt is telling you something, you just have to listen.
  • consider your internal voices but also the external limiting factors
  • recommendation Say No, Set boundaries
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