Podcast

Episode 1- Why Virtual Besties and a Little About Me

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You might be thinking, what does a third world village girl knows about life purpose, spirituality, mental health, creativity and personal growth?

How many times have I caught myself feeling trapped in a conversation that made me feel like I didn’t belong?

That I’m the odd one out.

That I’m such a nerd, loser, uncool, emotional, sensitive or even unrelatistic? Many many times that I already lost count.

Who am I to do this? But I did it anyway. I didn’t know I had imposter syndrome until I couldn’t do everything I wanted to for the fear of not being good enough.

I figured that I can only conquer my fears by facing them head on and after having this blog for two years, I still felt like I was not good enough.

In this episode, I talked a little about my personal growth journey, my blog,  how much I feared being out in the open and how much I feared yet loved new beginnings. 

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For the longest time, I have felt that I have lost my voice and I felt unheard that I have buried my own voice and my self-confidence between the pages of my journals, my blog posts but now, no matter how strange it is to hear my own voice, I am launching a podcast and this episode contains what can be expected. 

Let me know in the comment section below what you think about this episode or you can always send me an email for guest and topic suggestions.

How I cured my imposter syndrome by launching a podcast

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