You know it's serious when I don't put music in the background.
But in all seriousness, this was a tough video to make, though the actual process of filming and editing was really quick. I spent about 2 weeks agonizing over how I would talk about impostor syndrome. I'm not a licensed therapist by any stretch of the imagination, so I didn't want to give hardcore advice on how exactly one deals with impostor syndrome.
I realized that I should make this video in exactly the same way I've made all my videos. I decided to just tell my story.
So this is me, the real me underneath. I know this video wasn't as funny as my other videos, but there really isn't much that's funny about impostor syndrome. Sure, you learn to make fun of yourself when you have impostor syndrome, but the syndrome itself isn't fun to deal with at all.
In sharing this experience, I hope to reach out to anyone else who feels similarly, and I want you guys to know that if you feel this way, you're not alone. :) I'm walking this journey with you. <3