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Write Without Fear: Shoot Down Impostor Syndrome

Controlling your internal narrative is the key to success

Knowing who you are, and being comfortable in that, lets you live stress-free Photo by Ryan Moreno on Unsplash

One of the biggest causes of “imposter syndrome” and general anxiety about writing is worrying about what people will think. The battleground for writers is the mind.

Imposter syndrome is a fear that you are are not as good as people think, that you do not…




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