Our work lives are riddled with anxieties. One that haunts people is imposter syndrome. The belief that we are a fraud, doubting our accomplishments and talents. Over the course of this year, I've experimented with applying principles from the world of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to get a better handle on things.
What can make us incredibly valuable at work - our willingness to disagree openly and commit to helping others succeed or sticking to our arguments even when others have moved forward and a decision has been made.
This interview was recorded earlier this year and originally appeared on The Observer Effect; it has only been lightly edited for formatting here.
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