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Don’t Foster the Imposter (Syndrome)!

Monica Berg
August 14, 2023
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Along my journey with The Kabbalah Centre, I’ve had the privilege of connecting with people from across the globe and in most every profession you can think of. I’ve met confident, fulfilled people living their best lives without fancy jobs or expensive homes. I’ve met others who seem to have it all at first glance–but who suffer from anxiety and insecurity. Interestingly, sometimes the top achievers (by the world’s measure) are, in fact, the least certain about why or how they have what they have. They may feel like they don’t deserve their success. Or they may believe that they’ve robbed others to get where they are. They may even believe they are fooling everyone around them, and that at any moment, someone will tear off the veneer, and they’ll be exposed as (gasp!) just. Plain. Ordinary.

And that, my friends, is imposter syndrome.

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