5 Ways to Overcome Imposter Syndrome as a Teacher

1. Admit you don’t know something.

2. Be inspired by competition, not intimidated

3. Speak to a fellow online coach

4. Don’t be afraid of bad reviews or comments

5. Know that you will only get better!

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