To the coaches who struggle with the impostor syndrome

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She was an illiterate woman, a serf, her hands calloused, her skin wrinkled and dry. Her hair was covered by a kerchief, common for the Russian serf women of the time, her service devoted to a wealthy family of aristocrats. She poured her life with its rich treasury of stories, legends, folk songs and short poems into the family’s children.