Eddie McNamara wrote an article about imposter syndrome, which is how he came on my radar. As a columnist for Health Central, his imposter syndrome flares up when he sometimes feels like he has 0 business giving anyone advice. He is an author, a chef, a writer, and would subscribe to none of those notions if you asked him. He is also a former first responder. We had a great chat, and I am thrilled to share this for 2021. You can purchase his book here.
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