Jan 2, 2018
Imposter syndrome, according to Cambridge dictionary online, is "the feeling that your achievements are not real, or that you do not deserve praise or success."
In other words, when you're outwardly successful, but often feel like a fraud, like at some point everyone will know about the "real" you.
In this episode, I share a story of an internal message that came from a basic physical characteristic: Being small. Our physical characteristics often change the way people treat us, and the way they perceive us. Being small means that people often think I'm younger than I am, and maybe not so strong. But does that have to change how I see myself?