"You don't belong here." "They made a mistake." "You are a scam." "You don't Photo Retouching know what you are doing." Welcome to my heart. These were the thoughts I shouted in my head when I sat in the speaker jumping area of Pubcon Pro Florida on March 6, 2019. Are you familiar? If not, what about this? "Everyone will notice, you lose everything and become homeless within 90 days." Or "If people really only know, you'll be the laughingstock of the industry." In other words, Simon & Garfunkel's wonderful song is "My Old Friend, Hello Impostor Syndrome." Before we move on, let's get started. I'm not a qualified clinician, I just share my experience. I am not qualified in any way regarding diagnosis and all of the following information should not be taken as medical or mental Photo Retouching health advice .
What is Impostor Syndrome? The definition of Scientific American is Photo Retouching as follows: Impostor syndrome is the prevalence of self-doubt, anxiety, or fraud, despite the overwhelming evidence of the opposite. It attacks smart and successful individuals. After achieving particularly noteworthy achievements such as admission to a prestigious university, public praise, award winning, promotion, etc., we often have a headache. advertisement Continue reading below I am my own worst critic Have you ever stared at yourself in the mirror and didn't like who was staring at you? That's me. “Thanks to you, we have signed a contract of just $ 1.2 million!” – Client The first thing I thought was Photo Retouching "luck". Even when I sit here and write this, the idea of being a scammer about being a scammer comes to mind.
Isn't this interesting? Thanks to therapy and EMDR (more on this later), I'm really struggling to accept compliments and receive results for some reason I'm sure it will eventually be revealed. As far as I can remember, it looks like this. If I get a compliment, I want to change Photo Retouching the topic immediately. Give a brief thank you and then think about another subject. Achieving the results of hard work is not enough. I'm not enough. I don't deserve this .