Script & Style Show: Episode 2: David Neal: Impostor Syndrome

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In this week's Script & Style show, Todd and I welcomed David Neal to discuss Impostor Syndrome, how to conquer it, and why we need to be better to ourselves and others.  There was also talk of bacon and DevTools while I tried to ignore a belligerent FedEx delivery man trying to bang down my door.  Enjoy!

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