In this week’s episode, I interview my former-coworker, Julia. Julia is one of the brightest and kindest people I’ve ever worked with, and that’s because her brain is brilliant. As an adult, she was diagnosed with autism, helping her connect the dots to what made her different and unique. I loved this interview, because I got to really know my lunch break buddy better, and I’m happy to report her next chapter during the pandemic has been a happy one. Imposter syndrome impacts everyone differently, but imagine never knowing why you felt the way you did until you were an adult!
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About Please Don’t Kick Me Out: Please Don’t Kick Me Out is a podcast about nothing, and everything all at once. This podcast is about ‘imposter syndrome’, and exploring the idea that no one really feels like they belong. I will interview my friends and people that inspire me, to understand what success looks like to them. Does anyone really have it figured out? Let’s find out.
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