Many of us doubt ourselves or believe that what we’ve accomplished is overrated or our accolades unwarranted. I know for myself, a lot of things that I’ve done in my life aren’t special. They don’t feel that way to me, while maybe if I were to share those things, people would disagree with that assessment.
Elizabeth Cox touches on this in her Ted-Ed talk about Imposter Syndrome, and she offers some ways to combat it in the video below. You can look at the full lesson here.