top of page

Ep 81. Imposter Syndrome & Neurodivergence




Imposter syndrome can make us feel like our wins are more luck than due to our skills or abilities. Even if we've spent a good deal of effort to get our outcomes, our achievements makes us feel more like a fraud than a success.  With Imposter Syndrome, our wins don't feel like wins at all; our brain tells us that they're just luck, outliers, or flukes. On today's episode of ADHD Crash Course, we'll discuss Imposter Syndrome and learn:

  • 3 reasons why people with ADHD are more likely to experience Imposter Syndrome 

  • Why over-confidence and capability are often inversely related

  • The Dunning Kruger Effect and why people who have more knowledge/ skill/ experience are often the very people who doubt themselves the most!

  • Why Donae thought she could easily reupholster a couch despite having no previous experience


If you are dealing with imposter syndrome, you are not alone! Listen to today's episode to learn tips on how to manage it.


Interested in learning more about my group coaching membership? Join the wait list today to get more information!


Comments


bottom of page