When you have Imposter Syndrome, asking for feedback does not come easily or naturally.
The thought of inviting someone to tell you, to your face, what they think of your work or performance probably fills you with dread. It is so much easier to keep your head down, do the work and just hope you’re doing enough.
But asking for feedback is important. You can’t rely on others to give it to you at the time when you need it and in a form that is empowering and useful. In fact, you can’t rely on others to give it to you at all. If you want to be in control of your career, then you need to be the one to ask.
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