Imposter Syndrome is True… We’re All Imposters!
Isaac Morehouse

I don’t know if this is a very credible way of looking at this situation because your sample size is extremely honed in.

Yes, we can go on the assumption that people might not know what they’re doing along the way if that helps people grow out of their comfort zones, but that assumption shouldn’t diminish the quality of the people in said fields.

This leads me to ponder about the “overachievers” and how often they’re ostracized for wanting to really know their fields and not falling into the social norms of fucking around and partying as a college student.

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