Let's talk about Imposter Syndrome: This is a form of self doubt that literally cripples people and holds them back from sharing their talents with the world.
The best way to describe it is the feeling of "what if they find out I'm a fraud" or "I was just lucky" when you have had success or a breakthrough.
If you have felt that, you are not alone, and I want you to realize that its actually a good thing because it means you are stepping into new territory. You wouldn't feel it if you weren't stretching yourself.
10 years ago I applied to a company that was #3 on the Forbes to 100 best places to work (Google was #1).
I was 39 years old and had a negative net worth because my business had just crashed.
At that time there was about 1 to 2 hires for every 100 applicants, and this was only the 2nd job I had applied to in my entire life.
The last job I applied to was in 1991 as a bus boy at the Salt Lake Country Club.
The job description asked for 2 years of sales experience, but...
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