Silke Harvey founded The Inner Hippie Club as a way to follow her own passions and happiness in life. She has experienced imposter syndrome as a woman in the workforce, and as a founder of her passion project. She gives some great advice, and overall it’s a great conversation. Imposter syndrome can impact people in so many different ways.
As this is the last episode of 2020, I wanted to recap and thank all of you for being listeners and supporters of my podcast. My guests have really made the difference this year, and have given me something to look forward to in a very isolating time. I hope to bring you more content in 2021!
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