5 Tips for Kicking Imposter Syndrome to the Curb

We all go through it, but it doesn’t need to be like this

A person to the right is seen walking with his head down; to the left is various parts of people's heads looking at this person
So many of us go into a job and immediately convince ourselves we’re not good enough to do it. Getty Images

My palms are sweaty. My knees are weak. There’s no vomit on my sweater, but there might as well be with the way my nerves are screaming for some sort of release. It’s like the battle scene from 8 Mile, except I’m in a meeting room inside a New York agency and the only thing I’m battling is my own insecurity.

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@jezzchung Jezz Chung is the diversity and engagement lead at Anomaly.
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