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Bridging the confidence gap at work means forming new habits

5 mins | Dec 2, 2019
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Why challenging imposter syndrome could be as easy as changing our habits. "Getting out of our comfort zones is like flexing a muscle — the more we do it the easier it is," writes Anna Jones, in the Financial Times. Explaining why leaving our comfort zones, will help us to increase confidence and self-belief.
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