You don’t know, you know

Reading on from the First Round Review newsletter today (thanks for that tip, Dan), I clicked on a link about imposter syndrome. Dr Emily Anhalt notes:

“Most people with competence have some Imposter Syndrome, because they know how much they don’t know. It’s the opposite of the Dunning-Kruger effect.”

Competent people know how much they don’t know.

If you’re feeling inadequate, remember you’re merely conscious of how much there is to learn.

Keep going.

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(Photo by Hello I’m Nik 🎞 on Unsplash)

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