Results Kill Imposter Syndrome

During my early university days, I struggled with imposter syndrome when it came to job recruitment. I mostly secured my previous positions through personal connections or attracting opportunities from my projects. As a result, I never gained experience in traditional recruitment methods.

Initially, I thought that recruiting is a talent that you either have or you don’t. But like most things, recruiting is a skill that can be learned and improved. By reading books, studying frameworks, and watching mock interviews on YouTube, I learned the theory. I committed to daily mock interviews to put that theory to practice, gradually turning a challenging process into an enjoyable one. Through consistent practice, I excelled at interviews and received multiple job offers.

At first, I struggled with imposter syndrome when first preparing for interviews. However, through continued practice, I eventually began receiving positive feedback from my peers on my practice interviews, which led to success in actual interviews. It’s common in any difficult journey to experience imposter syndrome, but as you achieve results, imposter syndrome turns to confidence.

May 15, 2024

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