Many cyber security professionals suffer from what is popularly known as “Imposter Syndrome” – a feeling of inadequacy in one’s endeavours, a constant fear of getting exposed for being a “fraud” one day.
Fear is a call to action and that act is courage!
We need to understand that fear is a feeling, being afraid is a choice!
Courage is not the absence of fear. Courageous people do feel fear, but they are able to manage and overcome their fear so that it does not stop them from taking action.
Because if we let it, fear has the power to stop us from moving forward, taking risks, and making the most of opportunities.
Courage allows us to act on our values rather than our impulses!
Good written communication depends on the audience, the topic, your purpose in communicating, and other factors.
However, all effective written communication has some characteristics in common:
Connection – Good written communication forms a connection between the reader and the writer.
Clarity – Effective written communication is clear and easy to understand.
Cause – The cause or reason for writing needs to be clear to both the writer and the reader, including any specific actions you need from your audience.
Conciseness – Good written communication sticks to the point and doesn’t meander around or include lots of extraneous information.
Correctness – To be effective, the written communication should use the correct tone, inoffensive language, and appropriate grammar.
The moments a user steps in your product, a seamless experience should be set in place to ensure the user can and will use your product with any errors.