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The imposter syndrome

It is easy to be intimidated by people claiming they are experts. After all, they must have all the answers.

Having an apartment, I tested my trust with multiple experts. You can easily verify who is really who claims to be.

The imposter syndrome is real, unfortunately, so are the imposters.

You must know what you are getting into. Starting a business, investing or anything else. It is easy to delegate responsibilities.

How do you know who is imposter and who just have an imposter syndrome?

The only way is to educate yourself, rely on recommendations and maybe having a little bit of luck.

 

 

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