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re: Doing my bit to tackle imposter syndrome VIEW POST

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It's easy to get lost in impostor syndrome when we look at other people and they are doing very flashy stuff, or are bragging extensively about their work.

What I like to do is keep a record of good things that I've done and have gotten recognition for like:

  • my app winning an award
  • finishing my sprint on time without bugs
  • my colleagues giving me a good review
  • a client saying nice things about me

and so on.

When the syndrome hits, I look at all these things and remember that one bad day doesn't define my career and it doesn't make me a bad developer.

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