It’s time to ignore your impostor syndrome. Because no matter how far or how fast you run, you can’t leave that part of your brain behind. It’s part of our human nature, to chase obsessively after that which we desperately want, and then to convince ourselves it’s too good to be true the moment that we have it in our hands. We’re used to wanting, not having. We don’t know what to do once we have something in our grasp. We don’t know how to stop running.