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Imposter syndrome: They ooze confidence, so why do so many career women feel they’re not up to it?

Thursday 23rd February 2012


She’s a successful novelist with a stack of best-sellers to her name, and a scriptwriter whose credits range from The Archers to Holby City. Were you to meet Veronica Henry, you’d never suspect she was anything but confidently on top of her game.

Yet she has a secret — like a surprising number of high-flying women she feels unworthy of her success. It’s the little voice inside our heads declaring that we’re not as good as everyone else seems to think — that we somehow just got lucky, and any minute now we’ll be found out...


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