Actual impostors don’t get impostor syndrome

I once volunteered at a nonprofit. The person who scammed it, before it shut down, was the hardest worker there. It was an upstart computer recycling outfit. People and organizations donated old computers, a team of volunteers fixed them, and the repaired computers were either sold or donated to other nonprofits.  At least, that was the idea.  The organization was…
« Previous post: | Next post: »