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Imposter Syndrome Defined: 5 Fascinating Research Findings

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These detailed, science-based exercises will help your clients realize their unique potential and create a life that feels energizing and authentic.The term ‘imposter syndrome’ originates from research by Clance and Imes (1978), which was focused on women who are high achievers.They originally used the phrase ‘imposter phenomenon’ to describe an internal state of mind where a person believes they are unintelligent, unsuccessful, and incompetent, although this is incongruent with the view others have of them.The person often feels like they are a fraud or a fake, and they worry that at any moment, others are going to discover the ‘real’ truth about them (Clance & Imes, 1978).A person with

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bedtime, you will develop new habits. Instead of thinking negatively, you will naturally begin thinking positively.

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