Why does everyone know what they’re doing except for me? Welcome to the club. The Imposter Syndrome Club is a podcast about life, work, feelings, and the devastating weight of comparison. Hosts Alice Edy (artist / illustrator) and Jessamy Gee (illustrator / host of CreativeMornings Melbourne) and a series of creatives, entrepreneurs, small business owners and other impressive humans peel back the curtain to talk about what their lives really look like, beyond the shiny Insta profiles and professional bios. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll cringe. Produced by Shadow House Music.
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I stumbled upon the Imposter Syndrome Club this week and have been binging all the episodes ever since! I love the candid, funny stories and can relate to SO many of the conversations - I am a solo creative working from my home office and having your entertaining podcast to listen to has been quite lovely! Thank you so much for sharing your stories and ideas on ALL the things!! <3
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Loving this podcast for it’s authenticity, humour and great storytelling. Jessamy and Alice have great banter, displaying trust and respect for each other’s vulnerabilities. They generously share insights about their lives and experiences as talented creatives who doubt themselves, yet still slay like queens!!!
I find this pod so soothing and powerful to listen to. I’m not an artist but I think the thoughts and feelings are translated easily to the work I do, to the things I feel. Such a feel good poddy
Jessamy and Alice beautifully weave their way through the complexities of being a creative with the expectation of being an adult. A fun and insightful listen. more
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The Imposter Syndrome Club launched a year ago and published 71 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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