Distinguished degrees hanging on the wall, shiny medals draped over the pictures that captured the moment, numerous awards lining the shelves, all legitimately achieved and certainly a visual sign of one’s success. Yet internally, some individuals have a hard time believing that this success is deserved. We know this as Impostor Syndrome.
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