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OK. Buckle up folks, it's story time: It all started about 4 months ago with this news story: newsweek.com/secret-service…
This entire affair pissed me off. I posted about it later that day. And the next day too:
And yes, I'm still mad about it.
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A quick bit on impostor syndrome, conferences, + what you can do as a speaker & organizer to help others w/ it based on attending #ORDCamp (one of the most intentionally inclusive exclusive events I've ever attended -- though the bar is low).
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Impostor syndrome is a feeling of self-doubt that one's accomplishments or belonging to a group will be discovered as a fraud.
It is extremely common. I often have it. So do many other folks.
Even truly amazing people like @MichelleObama.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impostor_…
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One of the common themes is that other people, the truly successful who "deserve" their accolades and success, are somehow different. The person who feels that they are an impostor is made to feel that they "don't belong" in that group.
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