Why Impostor Syndrome Might Be the Best Thing To Happen To You

It is good to know that Impostor syndrome is not all bad. It gives you a mindset of a beginner and leads to being more flexible, effective, and increases learn ability. It leads to you feeling out of place or even lucky to be there, which is sometimes a good thing. It can cause you to work harder at your job or even to come up with the best ways of doing the job faster. Look at the positive effects and not the little negative effects.

Key Takeaways:

  • This gives you a new way of viewing things in your new position
  • It allows you to be more open to changes and ready to adapt to them
  • This allows you to learn more effectively in the present and in the future

“Barbara Oakley, author of Mindshift, explains how insecurity can actually be good motivation.”

Read more: https://www.inc.com/video/barbara-oakley/why-impostor-syndrome-might-be-the-best-thing-to-happen-to-you.html

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