“For years I’ve wrestled with imposter syndrome. I’ve spent countless nights researching, writing and editing blog posts. The majority of which have never seen the light of day. To hit “publish” would mean facing my fear of criticism and embarrassment regarding the validity of my ideas.
In 2020 I made a promise to myself: Hit “publish” once a day.
I chose LinkedIn as my medium. It seemed like the softest landing space, filled with people in my industry open to sharing insights. I committed to my daily grind with the goal of experimentation, making connections and gaining a little more self-confidence. I found much more than that.
This is an account of what I learned and gained publishing to Linkedin once a day for a year.”
1. Growing my tribe
2. Inbound business
5. Leveling up