Overcoming impostor syndrome and procrastination
On this episode of the Yes, And… with Jennifer Whitacre podcast. Eric Hunley shares how he first of all got started in podcasting. He also delves into how he became a runner, and how imposter syndrome and procrastination were also obstacles he had to overcome. In the podcast episode we learn about how anger can be another motivator.
Because Jennifer and Eric are also both podcasts hosts, they discuss what it’s like to host a podcast. As well as how there are definite ins and outs to podcasting. Not to mention how all hosts probably get nervous when doing a podcast.
Meet Jennifer Whitacre, the host of Yes, And… Podcast. She has learned how to transcend the lifelong effects of trauma and abuse. This is due to her personal history, formal training, and professional experiences. As a result Jennifer has guests who have similarly overcome obstacles in life. Only to emerge stronger on the other side.
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