The Personality Traits That Make Us Feel Like Frauds

Posted: October 27, 2015 in Awesome Living, College and Career Readiness, Creativity, Health and Fitness, Leadership, psychology

“instead of being happy with what they have accomplished, and strengthened in their self-efficacy, their success reinforces the feelings of fraudulence rather than weakening them, because in their mind, this success does not reflect true ability (“Of course I’ve succeeded, I’ve put an excessive amount of effort and time in this project, maybe double than someone else would have needed”). Once a new task is assigned, feelings of anxiety and self-doubt re-occur.” (Excerpt )


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