Do you constantly doubt yourself? Is there a steady stream of anxiety prompting fantasizes that you will be discovered to be a fraud? Do you lack confidence despite clear evidence that you excel at something? Amy Cuddy is one of the leading researchers on the Imposter Syndrome. I believe that we all, at some point in our lives, suffer from dread associated with the notion that someone might reveal that we are in fact less intelligent, less athletic, less gifted, lazy, or unfit for the task at hand. I believe this is a normal part of growth because when were in the developing process, we are not skilled, yet. However I see many people who are fearful of being revealed as imposters when they are actually experts. There is a substantial amount of evidence these individuals are great at what they do, yet the fear of being recognized as an imposter plagues their thinking. Then performance suffers. With a little help most people can begin that journey of seeing themselves in a realistic perspective and eventually dispel the notion that they are not a novice masquerading as an expert, but they are in fact an a qualified expert.