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Happy Wednesday Everyone!
I was chatting with some people the other day about Imposter Syndrome (I don't remember how that topic came up), and I made the recommendation that they should really check out Mike Cannon-Brookes TED Talk on the topic. I will also say that anyone here who has not seen it, should take a few minutes and go watch it.
My question for you this week: Do/Have you suffered from Imposter Syndrome? and, how (if possible) have you managed to battle it?
If you have not suffered from Imposter Syndrome, please feel free to offer some tips on how you manage to be confident in your abilities.
Personally, I have suffered from this in the past, and it was amplified by working at a company that wasn't as supportive as the company I'm with now. What really helped me battle back against this was earning a couple of Atlassian Certifications. Having an outside source that validated that I actually knew the subject matter I thought I did really helped me build my own confidence in my abilities and empowered me to share my thoughts and opinions more in meetings.
I'd love to hear from all of you in the comments! Have a great rest of the week everyone!