How well we do – at work or on the sports field – influences how we see ourselves.
Work already affects many people's sense of self-worth, but now new research suggests that it's not only what we do, but how good we are at it, that affects how we see ourselves.
Impostor feelings include fear of failure, fear of success, a sometimes-obsessive need for perfection, and an inability to accept praise.
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Research suggests that 70% of people will experience an illogical sense of being a phoney at work at some point in their careers.
People who love their jobs get different things out of it - and there’s a difference between women and men when it comes to job satisfaction.
New research reveals gender differences in what we most enjoy in a job: women enjoy being competent while men are more likely to seek a challenge.
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Do you ever feel that you're just not good enough for your job?
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