Do you know these 5 myths of imposter syndrome?

Do you have imposter syndrome? ‘Own Your Greatness’ author Dr. Lisa Orbe-Austin breaks down what the phenomenon actually is.
2:30 | 05/04/21

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Transcript for Do you know these 5 myths of imposter syndrome?
What I tell people is an impostor syndrome is it's a thing in Europe it and. As a phenomenon it's a phenomenon where highly skilled experienced qualified and credentialed people. I'm not internalize those credentials or experience as a result of the year it's those fraud impostor syndrome follows every one. Anti fraudulent process and it's not you don't have the skills you don't have the credibility don't have a competence and the high. Resulted it is often bird Alex ops and constant fatigue as a conflict over working to cover up this experience of fraudulent. People say everyone has impostor syndrome not everyone hasn't postures and that Davis says about 70% of people experience impostors and that's not everyone is clearly a large and people but it's not every. Impostor syndrome is not it's been studied for him more than forty years in the social sciences. It was discovered by two psychologists currently eighteenth at Andy's. There is significant amounts of research regarding even if it never seen before it is really new in recent. It is decades in decades old. Impostor syndrome wise initially discovered and explored rounds when we have learned since. Impostors ago and found none and there's more important to understand different gender experience. There is zero research to six I think. Crashing causes impostors and air. What we find is correlated deeply to impostors and into the early experience let me ancient postures. Early childhood roles and only. When you are person of color experiencing impostors and narrow. There are at it let's. There has been research shows that when you are president color experience impostors and you'll also constantly and I eighty and higher levels of discrimination related depression. Impostor syndrome is not good for you there all kinds of negative Portland impostors typically impostors ago. You know makes you less happy years it also affects your if it can negotiate so happy to be there. That's all kinds of negative things that the research the reason you are successful as she skills abilities credentials. Competencies that are not aware that you aren't in trouble and analyzing the cost us impostors and it's not the.

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