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Don’t Feel Like an Expert? Share Anyway

You’ve got lots to teach others, even if you sometimes feel like an imposter

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TToo many of the most interesting voices in tech and design talk themselves out of writing or speaking about their work because they don’t think they have enough experience. But you don’t have to wait for “enough” (whatever that means). Here’s how to find what’s special…




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Sara Wachter-Boettcher

Sara Wachter-Boettcher

Tech + UX + feminism + racial justice. Coach, strategist, author, speaker. Founder of Active Voice. She/her. More: +

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