To beat impostor syndrome is to acknowledge that most of us are, well, impostors.
When success comes quickly it can be hard to trust.
The anxiety that's triggered by positive recognition goes way beyond run-of-the-mill shyness or modesty.
It's "a collective fiction we all believe."
Sci-fi artist and body architect Lucy McRae explains the imposter experience.
If you can measure Imposter phenomenon, how does one get rid of it? (Asking for a friend.)
According to new research, feeling like an impostor makes it more likely you’ll sabotage your professional career. We asked experts for advice on how to overcome your crippling impostor syndrome.