re: Honest thoughts about self-confidence VIEW POST

re: Yeah, imposter syndrome is no joke. I don't think it ever goes away. That little voice in your head telling you that you are worthless will always ...

That's what I'm learning now, to keep up despite of what my head thinks.
And I have to say, that what really made the difference for me is interacting with people, outside in the real world.

I've always been that kind of person that likes to hang out but somehow stays most of the time home.

And now that I'm forcing myself to go out and do cool stuff outside, I'm starting to feel more confident about myself and my work. I guess that's a thing.

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