Michelle Keegan: Imposter Syndrome, boundaries, and puzzles
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Imposter syndrome is likely to affect all of us at some point in our life; Michelle Keegan still feels it every time she finishes an acting job.   In this chat with Fearne, Michelle talks about her disciplined work ethic, as well as how she’s learnt to cope well with the amount of rejection in her industry. They also chat about why setting boundaries – especially drawing lines between personal and professional life – is so important. Plus, they wonder why it still feels important in adulthood to seek validation from our parents.   Fool Me Once is available to watch on Netflix now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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