Have you ever thought Stanford admissions made a mistake letting me in? Afraid of being “found out” because you don’t think you belong here? Constantly discounting your successes or attributing your success to luck?
The Imposter syndrome is defined as feelings of inadequacy that persist even when confronted with information that indicates otherwise. The Imposter Syndrome fosters feelings of self-doubt and relates to how we internalize our past and current successes.
The first step to addressing these feelings is to first understand what the Imposter Syndrome is and how it affects performance and self-confidence. Come learn more about the Imposter Syndrome and how you can healthily address these unsettling feelings at the Asian American Activities Center’s iLive program on Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 5:30-6:30PM in the A3C Couchroom in the Old Union Clubhouse, 2nd Floor.