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2020-02-04

Imposter Syndrome

I just read this article on Imposter Syndrome and am pretty sure that it helps explain a lot of my feelings and behavior:

  • My first new Saab, which I sold. I felt so unworthy and false driving it, that I sold or something (I forget). I eventually felt less like an imposter and got another new Saab, which I loved.
  • Partly explains why I don’t like to dress up
  • Maybe it explains why I don’t wash my cars
  • Surely part of why I feel inadequate as a photographer

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