How to Stop Feeling Like A FraudDo you ever feel like you’re not really competent, but everyone else is?  Do you sometimes feel like you’re acting as if you belong, but you don’t.  Figure that it won’t be long until you’re found out?  When others praise your work or compliment you, do you doubt their sincerity or feel like the recognition is undeserved?  Well, here’s a news flash:  that makes you like a lot of other people.

Dr. Valerie Young calls it the Impostor Syndrome.  According to Dr. Young, if you’re one of the first or among the few women or minorities in your field or work place, it’s natural to sometimes feel like you don’t totally fit in.

Here are several things you can do to confront and shift insidious self-doubt:

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