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Combatting Imposter Syndrome

  • General Assembly Sydney 1 Market Street Sydney, NSW, 2000 Australia (map)

The feeling of being an imposter is incredibly common with 70% of the population experiencing this feeling at some point in their lives. Going to work and worrying that you’ll be “figured out” is incredibly stressful and these feelings of low self-esteem don’t dissipate as you get more successful.

In this session, we will look objectively at self-beliefs and start to unpack the helpful from the limiting. This session will also include a basis in mindfulness, which is an incredibly useful technique for moving away from polarising thinking and towards a more grounded, constructive viewpoint.

Participants will leave feeling more deserving and capable in their roles, with a clear picture of the areas they might have unhelpful beliefs, and a set of tools to use to ground these thoughts and beliefs in reality.


  • Learn skills to practice dissolving negative or fraudulent thoughts.

  • Improve self-confidence and self-esteem, affirmation of vocation, and recognized evidence of personal expertise.

  • Gain a renewed vocational passion or a pathway to a clear decision to pursue a more authentic field, depending upon the discovery of truth revealed in the process.

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Earlier Event: October 15
Mindfulness Series