The editor in chief of British Vogue, Edward Enniful, recently told The Guardian he suffered from imposter syndrome.
His admission led to an outpouring from a huge range of people in all types of job roles holding their hands up and saying they felt the same way.
So what is imposter syndrome and how can you overcome it - or even turn it into a force to drive you onwards?
Imposter syndrome is the feeling of not being good enough, doubting your own abilities and feeling like a fraud, despite your success. It is estimated that 70% of people experience it within the workplace. It can be damaging to your mental health, contribute to burnout and hinder career progression.
Here are some top tips for dealing with imposter syndrome:
If channelled in the right way, imposter syndrome can even be considered a positive thing - it can make you put in extra effort and stops complacency setting in.
As Edward Enniful himself said: “Imposter syndrome never leaves you. But I also realise - that’s what pushes me.”