How to overcome "imposter syndrome"

07/22/2013 | USA Today

Many successful people don't feel like their accomplishments are valid, writes Avon executive Joyce Roche, who refers to the phenomenon as "imposter syndrome." To overcome these insecurities, get in the habit of writing down your accomplishments, she suggests. Also, accept the fact that even successful people have flaws.

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