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Imposter Syndrome: The Good Parts

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Imposter syndrome can affect anyone. It can affect a new parent or a seasoned veteran in a particular field. While some people and some situations lend themselves to imposter syndrome more than others, no one is immune. Often imposter syndrome is discussed as a negative thing that can stifle people and paralyze them. This is indeed true. I, however, would like to dig into it to see what benefits we can pull out of situations where…

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