Psychotherapist Esther Perel is a relationship expert. She’s written two bestselling books, one of which has been translated into 25 languages, and her TED talks have been viewed over 20 million times. She speaks 9 languages. She is executive producer and host of a popular podcast series, and is an organizational consultant for worldwide Fortune 500 companies. She says that she continually studies neuroscience, attachment theory, neuro-linguistic programming, and psychodrama.
When asked, “at the start of your career, what do you wish you had known? What, if anything, do you wish you had not believed?” she answers:
“I think I have suffered from the same impostor syndrome that many women struggle with . . .”
I’m wondering why.