Confidence and I live in the opposite ends of the spectrum. We haven’t met.
I am an impostor alright. I have not, however, accomplished anything. Therefore, I have never suffered from Impostor Syndrome.
Inside this blog, I can present myself to be a bit more confident and sassier than I am. I have time and space to mold before I click the “publish” button.
I am nothing. I pretend to be something. I am unsure of who I am and in search of my identity.
I deceive others who do not know who I truly am. I delude myself into thinking that I am more than I really am whenever I put myself in public – online or at actual meetings.
I do not lie but am vain. I care what others think of me. I ready myself for them. I try to give them what they want. Of course, I am aware that they are smart and can see through this mask. I am hoping that they are astute enough to indulge me and join the act with me.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt; “The Great Pretender“
“Are you full of confidence or have you ever suffered from Imposter Syndrome? Tell us all about it.”