This short article deals with what a mentor should do to mentor someone with imposter syndrome. Reality has it that quite a few of us out there suffer from this. The imposter syndrome doesn’t let the person who suffers from it recognize their own success, never believing they deserve what they have, based on their own merit. It mentions what to do – but it does not say anything about what one SHOULD NOT do. Any thoughts you’d care to share on that?
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