If you have imposter syndrome, it just means you are too strict on yourself; you feel unworthy and not good enough. So, practicing self-love can help you overcome it, and some of the best ways to do that are:
Do you know what perfectionism means? It means that you did 95% right, but you are sad for the 5% gone wrong. You must understand that this world is unpredictable. There is no guarantee to succeed even if you do things 100% perfectly. Therefore, focus on giving your best and leaving the rest to God, and know that you don’t need to be PERFECT to be GREAT. Give yourself grace when you make mistakes.
Comparing yourself to other people is not only unhealthy, but it keeps you from reaching your full potential. We all are unique and were created for different purposes, so your journey will not be the same as someone else’s; though your path may be similar, your destination won’t be the same. Accept yourself as you are, celebrate your uniqueness, and know that the grass is not always greener on the other side.
Practicing gratitude, self-love, and understanding that you don’t need to be perfect to be great and that your journey is different from others will help you eliminate Imposter Syndrome and free you from self-doubt and worthlessness.