Participate in our 5 minute research survey on self-doubt and social media.
Welcome to the #FraudSquad
Battling Self-Doubt and Imposter Syndrome in a Hyper-Connected World
Hi! I have no idea what I’m doing.
Well, at least I feel like that most days. Which is how this project came about.
Ever felt like someone is, at any minute, going to find out that you’ve been faking it all this time? Like you’re not remotely qualified to be doing the work you’re doing (even after you’ve been doing it for a long time)? That any success you’ve had is just because of luck or a fluke or good timing?
Welcome to The #FraudSquad.
You’re one of us. And in a digital, social-media saturated, hyper-connected world, you’re many of us. I’m exploring these feelings and experiences, the impact that our hyper-connectivity has on our self-worth and our feelings of being “enough”, and what we need to do break out of that cycle and step into our best work (even if we occasionally need a reminder from the rest of the #fraudsquad).
There’s lots on the go right now on paving the way for (hopefully, hey publishers *wink*) the book on this topic, but for right now, here’s how you can get involved. Please.
Take the Survey
Got 5 minutes? I need your input on your experiences with these weird and frustrating experiences and how you use and engage with social media. Sign up in the FIRST BOX below and you’ll get a secure link and the password in your email.
Read The Series
I’ve got a cool new article Series happening over on LinkedIn that talks about all this stuff. I’m also hopeful that our comments and community conversation will be especially awesome. You can subscribe here just under the photo on the first installment.
Get on the Email List
I hate people that opt you into random stuff just because you took a survey. So if you want ongoing updates on this project, details on how to get #fraudsquad merch, or other info as we go along, you’ve gotta sign up separately in the SECOND BOX below.
Join the #FraudSquad Group
Come join your fellow #fraudsquad members in our private Facebook group. We’ll talk, share, and support each other in our quest to conquer these feelings of self-doubt and imposter syndrome. And yes, there will be t-shirts someday very soon.