Right, I love how you summed this up. I’m more into ‘Try it and you will make it.’ This works better for a few reasons:
- You reduce the likelihood of getting imposter syndrome. Because our beliefs shape us.
- You actually 'try' and not 'fake’, because faking means just that — pretending to be someone we are not. I try means I am.
It all boils down to: you are and you try to get better at what you are and that’s how we grow, that’s how we improve.