The Imposterous closes Season One on International Imposter Syndrome Awareness Day with Faker by Tom Spicer
The final episode The Imposterous Season One went live on International Imposter Syndrome Awareness Day (yes, that’s a thing). The previous 29 episodes of The Imposterous featured a collection of the world’s best and most awarded Creatives exploring the curses and blessings of imposter syndrome. The season finale however is a poem. Faker, written by Tom Spicer and read by Rupert Degas. It seems the perfect way to see out a collection of inspiring conversation on the subjects of fear, doubt, insecurity and fraudulence.
The Imposterous will return with Season Two on May 10.
With a new episode every Tuesday, The Imposterous is hosted by Michael Knox (ECD, Roller) and Graham Drew (CCO, Grey Malaysia) and as has been created to explore the theory that even the world’s most respected creative professionals suffer pangs of inadequacy that either stifle their potential brilliance or protect them from mediocrity. Tune in to find out how Imposter Syndrome might just be your super power, if you let it.
Made with large amounts of hippity hoppity goodness by We Love Jam Studios – The Imposterous is available now on itunes, Spotify, Google Play or imposterous.com.
Listen to previous episodes with Nils Leonard, Laura Petrucelli, Rob Campbell, Kitty Lun, Sarah Barclay, Fran Luckin, Jab Borgstrom, Merlee Jayme, Jo Sellars, Grant Rutherford, Shannon Crowe, Daniel Lobaton, Josy Paul, Vicki Maguire, Paul Catmur, Toby Talbot, Rachel Lounds, Phoebe Sloane, Graham Fink, Andre Gray, Ben Welsh, Anais Read, Cindy Gallop, Julian Cole, David + Cam Blackley, Claudia Cristovao, Emma Robbins & Jane Caro here.