Imposing Imposter Syndrome

As I sit here wrestling with feeling a bit of a fraud and that I’ll never make it, I’m reminded that:

1. I’ve felt that in almost every job, ever

2. There’s been great feedback for me in almost every job, ever, including some awards

3. Success doesn’t happen overnight

When you’re not employed, you don’t get paid just for turning in the work. You have to go out and get the work. This is merely a new job, in which I’ve already had great feedback, and I’m building toward success.

Kindly, keep going.

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