Even though I knew that I was capable of doing a job, I remained filled with self-doubt. It was many years later that I discovered with the help of a few mentors, friends, and coaches that there was a name for what I felt - imposter syndrome
You might not see it around you clearly, but imposter syndrome is ingrained everywhere. It's a feeling that a lot of people can relate with: why do I feel like a fake, even though I'm eminently qualified for this job? Despite having education and training, many have never been able to break free from doubts about their merits and move towards a higher level of achievement. How do you continue to achieve your dreams in spite of this constant voice in your head?
Accept that there is no cure. This is an issue that can be managed over time but will never completely disappear.
Talk about your feelings to people you #trust. If you don’t have support in place, find that community online, join a mentorship club. You will find comfort in knowing you are not alone.
Accept your strengths and your limitations: throw the stuff you hate doing or are bad at.
Motivate yourself through kindness, not fear. Think of the positive impact you’ve had on others and the things that you do.