Dealing With Impostor Syndrome As A Photographer- PBP011
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In this episode, we talk about dealing with imposter syndrome which is the feeling like one is a fraud, or has the inability to realize their own accomplishments, and believe they’ll be discovered at any moment. Imposture syndrome often causes the feeling of not deserving the success that has been achieved which can be a real problem for photographers and small business owners.
Just A Few Things In This Conversation
We discuss when we personally feel impostor syndrome and spouts of depression the most
How we deal with impostor syndrome and feeling like we failed at weddings and shoots
How social media can and does exacerbate the feelings of impostor syndrome
How we deal with impostor syndrome and depression
Links & Things Mentioned In This Episode
Book Reference: Fast Company 5 Types Of Impostor Syndrome
Book Reference: The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women
Book Reference: The Charisma Myth by Olivia Fox Cabane
Book Reference: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
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Beers In This Episode
Beer: SweetWater 420 Extra Pale Ale 5.40%
Brewing Company: SweetWater Brewing Company – Georgia US
Our Star Rating: 5 out of 5
Medium gold, just slightly hazy, with an airy, frothy head of white foam and dense, patchy foam. It’s a lighter-bodied West Coast style pale ale with aggressive hop character in the aroma, flavor, and finish. It’s available year round and one of my personal favorites.
Beer: Sunset Coffee 5.5%
Brewing Company: Golden Road Brewing – California, US
Our Star Rating: 1 out of 5
Notes: Super dark beer, thick pour. Starts off innocently enough with a rich coffee flavor, but leaves an aftertaste that’s more like instant Folger’s coffee.
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