Feb. 8, 2022

Imposter Syndrome, Judaism, and Boldness in the Workplace

Imposter Syndrome, Judaism, and Boldness in the Workplace

88: Pastor Plek, Pastor Joseph, and Catie Sas dive into questions about imposter syndrome, judaism, and being bold in the workplace. Want to submit a question? Text 737-231-0605!

Faith, Culture, and all things in between.

Joseph mentioned feeling like he had to prove he deserves a seat at the table. Can he speak to how this is different from Imposter Syndrome?

- It's my understanding that black churches don't seem to be nearly as concerned with multiracial congregations as white churches. Do you agree this is the case? If so, why do you think this is?

- Is Judaism a race? I firmly do not see how this is a race. I can see this as "God's people" a "religion" "a group of people from a common geographic region". Am I wrong when I internally roll my eyes when people say it's unique because "it's a religion and a race". Am I less of a biblical scholar if I only see races as negroid, mongoloid, caucasoid, or a mix of those? Does the Bible even talk about race?

- What are y'all's thoughts on being a good witness at work? Growing up I had the picture of inviting co-workers to church, but the picture I have is far from the truth. As an introvert most of my interactions with coworkers are often in passing, and being in a computer lab or working remotely drastically reduces the amount of interaction I have with others. Do I just have the wrong kind of picture, or are there some pointers on working on this?

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