What Is Imposter Syndrome & Is It Stumping Your Growth?

Updated: May 7



Do you ever feel like you’re way over your head when taking on projects offered to you? Or, even when you go to speak up in a meeting? If you’re constantly feeling like a fraud, you may be experiencing imposter syndrome. Turns out, 70 percent of millennials are going through the same things as you.


Not to mention, some of the highest achievers are hitting these roadblocks. Serena Williams and Tom Hanks being a couple of them.


This fraudulent thought may stop you from chasing your biggest goals or allow you to feel pride when achieving others. Recognizing these thoughts and pushing past your self-doubt is one of the essentials to success.


If you think you may be dealing with imposter syndrome, Mint created an infographic explaining the different types, how each type may affect your finances, and tips to overcoming it. Push past your self-doubt and push past to conquer anything you put your mind to!



Imposter Syndrome is that annoying feeling of self-doubt you may feel every time you reach a new level of success


Kayla Montgomery


Kayla Montgomery is a digital content marketer who helps Mint create helpful and compelling stories worth sharing

Our guest author for this article is Kayla Montgomery. Kayla is a digital content marketer who helps Mint create helpful and compelling stories worth sharing. Her background in digital marketing and creative writing has led her to cover unique topics ranging from business to lifestyle. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, writing for her own blog, travelling, and exploring all the in’s and out’s Austin, TX has to offer. To learn more, connect with Kayla on LinkedIn

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