“I always feel like something of an impostor. I don’t know what I’m doing.”
Jodie Foster made that comment when she was a recipient of the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award.
A highly accomplished actor-director-producer, Foster also said,
“I don’t feel very powerful. I feel fragile… unsure, struggling to figure it all out.”
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Jodie Foster on impostor syndrome and faking it.
Feeling like an impostor is one form of self-doubt.
How can we deal with it? Here is one article:
How does our critical inner dialogue affect our creativity, self confidence and other parts of our life?
Can we learn to change our self-limiting inner critical voice and use more supportive thoughts to motivate ourselves and improve low self esteem?
* Elizabeth Gilbert talks about blind spots and self-compassion.
* Tara Mohr talks about how to “banish that critical voice in your head.”
*Author Michael Singer says spiritual growth can begin by silencing the negative thoughts in our minds.
* See article for much more, including videos.