Imposter Syndrome vs Frustration Phenomenon

In this week's podcast episode I talk about the idea of Imposter Syndrome vs Frustration Phenomenon and what we can do to shift mindsets. Continue Reading Imposter Syndrome vs Frustration Phenomenon

Welcome to the 185th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. It’s International Women’s Month. In this episode, I want to focus on this idea of confidence, the over-used term imposter syndrome and what I like to call the “frustration phenomenon”.  Essentially Imposter Syndrome vs Frustration Phenomenon.

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In today’s show on Imposter Syndrome vs Frustration Phenomenon

  • About my TEDx talk – The Connection between Culture, Race and Mental Health. [01:20]
  • What is confidence? [02:11]
  • The meaning of self-esteem. [02:45]
  • Why we need to consider systems when we talk about confidence [04.43]
  • Why I feel irritated by the concept of Imposter Syndrome [10.15]
  • How we can start thinking differently about Imposter Syndrome vs Frustration Phenomenon. [13.10]

Quotes Imposter Syndrome vs Frustration Phenomenon

  • Confidence is about having trust in ourselves.
  • Self-esteem is how we like and appreciate ourselves.
  • When our self-esteem is high, we feel we can take on challenges. When it’s low, it feels overwhelming.
  • Confidence is something that we learn, we’re not simply born with it.
  • We have to examine who the system favours, what this means and how it plays out.

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