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Imposters Don’t Have Imposter Syndrome

Actual imposters do not doubt themselves of being phoney, fake or con artists, because that is what they are. 

They do not wonder if they are up to the mark, or if they are qualified for their current role, as they are busy projecting confidence and cooking up convincing but fake stories!

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