am montag war ich an einer „Lesung & Schreibung für Flüchtlinge“ und hätte da gut ein bisschen netzwerken üben können. wäre mir nicht mein impostor-ich in den weg gekommen. dieser artikel gibt ideen, wie man dagegen ankommen kann:
monday night at a „Reading & Writing for Refugees“-event, where i could have done some networking – had not my impostor-self popped up once again. this article might be another step to overcoming it:
There is an unsettling, nagging worry that accompanies impostor syndrome, that somehow, someday, someone is going to find out that you’re a great big phony.
Impostor syndrome is the pervasive feeling that you’re faking your way through success, and that your achievements are attributable only to good luck. There is an unsettling, nagging worry that accompanies impostor syndrome, that somehow, someday, someone is going to find out that you’re a great big phony. That you’re really not as really good as you’ve cleverly convinced people that you are. That you’re a fraud.
In today’s post, I’ve decided to focus on impostor syndrome in the photography community, but everything herein can be easily extrapolated onto any professional field or any creative pursuit. I’ve collected some thoughts from a few of the I Heart FacesCreative Team; Amandalynn Jones and Julie Rivera, as well as Texas photographer Karyn Kelbaugh…
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