Imposter syndrome and ending diet headlines with Liz Plosser, editor-in-chief of Women's Health magazine
It can be tough to navigate a high-powered role while maintaining your own voice. In this open interview, Liz Plosser, editor-in-chief of Women's Health magazine, talks about imposter syndrome, initial fears, and leaning in to her own strength.
We chat about how Women's Health magazine has changed and is still changing as a global brand. The publication aims to be a space for women to share their own truths -- no more diet headlines required.
"We don't photoshop. We're not changing people's bodies. We're putting women out there on whatever platform it is as they most beautifully and authentically are, whether it's what they're sharing from the inside or what they look like on the outside," said Liz.
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