Impostor Syndrome is a term for thinking you’re bad at something, when by other accounts you’re not. It’s experienced to different degrees, especially by successful people who’ve been historically marginalized and told they can’t do things.

But what if you’re feeling *meta impostor syndrome* aka when people tell you what you’re experiencing is impostor syndrome but you’re pretty sure it’s just you actually don’t know how to do something? I attempt to untangle this whole mess in this week’s Noone Cares, and explain why sometimes being an impostor is an accomplishment in itself.