Sponsored by the London School of Economics, podcast series “Who, Me?!” explores the subject of impostor syndrome and will feature Dame Kelly Holmes.

Double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes is widely recognised for both her service in the British Army and her athletic career, and currently holds several distance running world records. She’s now set to appear on an episode of the upcoming podcast “Who, Me?!”, where she will be interviewed about the phenomenon of impostor syndrome, how it relates to her success, and its implications for mental health.

Started earlier this year, “Who, Me?!” is available on the London School of Economics’ website. The podcast focuses on impostor syndrome, a condition that causes high-achieving individuals to doubt their own accomplishments and fear being exposed as inauthentic. The podcast is sponsored by the LSE Generate program, which focuses on inspiring entrepreneurial potential among students and alumni. A well-known athlete, media personality, and philanthropist, Holmes has found considerable success and acclaim following her sporting career.

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