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The Insecurity of Being Black and Corporate

Can my co-workers tell I’m struggling with impostor syndrome?

“I’ve just gotta remember that I’m in this position for a reason, and everything in my career up until this point is more than enough validation. I’ve learned to use those fears of inadequacy as motivation. I just need to test the impostor syndrome, challenge it, and prove it to be untrue. It also helps to look back at past Ws: accounts I’ve secured, positive reports from previous jobs, the dope campaigns I’ve coordinated. Sometimes you just have to…




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