If you’re worried about impostor syndrome, you (by definition) don’t have it. Actual impostors don’t worry about being impostors. They’re just trying to scam. Because to a REAL impostor, the con is literally about life and death.
I used to write 3,000-8,000 words per day, sometimes up to 2400+ words per hour. But since shifting from content creation to strategy, my writing speed has decreased dramatically. Here’s what I’m doing as part of my Content Hurricane 2022 strategy to get my daily wordcount back up.
A few years ago, I had the displeasure of seeing very wealthy people (with $100m+ net worths) get scammed. And it wasn’t like the scammer was some particularly smooth dude with an airtight backstory – he was a loser living in a hotel.
We should have known better, but fortunately the actual damage done was relatively low, and I got to learn 3 profitable lessons about landing bigger clients.
Public school isn’t an efficient way to learn. But it’s a decent place to get socialized and prepare for the “real” world.
So it’s totally natural and good that my kid is already being scammed by authority figures in the first month. (Just like real life!)
We’re constantly advocating for real-world website testing. But what if you don’t have access to the full suite of devices and screen sizes? There’s a free tool for that.
Democratizing opportunity through technology.