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A note on imposter syndrome

We’ve covered imposter syndrome before, and Dorsainvil is familiar with how it can hold women back. But she puts this positive light on it: “Everybody can feel some sort of imposter syndrome as you start to ascend in your career, and if that starts to happen, that means you’re on the right track. If you’re starting to feel like ‘Am I in the right room? Am I on the right investor call?’ then yes, honey, you are in the right place. It means you’re out of your comfort zone. It means you’re challenging yourself.”

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