70% of entrepreneurs suffer from the syndrome of not believing in themselves. They do not even believe that they have earned what they have right now. It's called the Imposter Syndrome. So what is the whole idea of the imposter syndrome? You think you are an imposter but you are not.
You need to deal with it, accept it, and appreciate the level of success you have achieved. By understanding that you can move forward from people appreciating you—you can grow!
The Imposter Syndrome is also a strength. It allows you to perform harder and better than you ever did before!
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