In my more than three decades of speaking and leading workshops on impostor syndrome, I’ve spoken to an estimated 500,000 people.
Up until just a few years ago, I always ended my talks by giving audiences a list of 10 ways to combat impostor syndrome.
Audience evaluations were overwhelmingly positive. The one criticism? “I wish she’d given us more solutions.”
Or during the Q&A someone would come up to the mic and say, “This was great … but do you have any other solutions?”
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