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How To “Boundary Span” to Beat Impostor Syndrome and Scale Up Your Audience

For content creators who don’t feel like an expert in anything, there’s another way to build a sizable audience.

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Professors Rob Cross and Laurence Prusak found that “central connectors,” the most well-connected people within a social network, act as information

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U-Ming Lee

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