The opposite of imposter syndrome
Imposter syndrome is real. It isn’t your fault, but you have to fix it anyway.
Many people have imposter syndrome, meaning they feel underqualified for the role they are expected to perform. Most of the time, they are correct. We have high expectations for people that isn’t really based in reality, but rather wishful thinking.
If I tell you that this imposter syndrome isn’t your fault, I don’t want to give you the idea that you can skate by and do nothing about it. You have to fix that if you…