I find impostor syndrome (that fraud feeling) gets me into paralysis mode. So I avoidant procrastinate, even though I’m usually a go-getter. Like “let’s avoid making more of a fool of myself!” I find connecting with my supervisors and coworkers really helps me get perspective on things. Sometimes even asking for extra feedback, if I’m not sure if I really am doing horribly at something. And the ONE wrong thing I’m doing wrong will usually make me hyper focused on fixing it, even if I do 100 other things right. So I make a list of all my accomplishments, resources I created for my team, compliments I get…because I forget all the positive things when in a negative spiral. And that usually pulls me out. I also think back to the times, in past jobs, where I “messed up so bad” and think about how it ended. Because I’m a good employee, it never ended as awfully as I thought. And if it did end “bad,”(I was never fired, just quit jobs) it’s usually because I gave up or didn’t ask for help.