Before I wandered unwittingly into the (so-called) professional world of advertising and became a copywriter, I was a punk. Well, not strictly a punk in the common sense. I was a little too young for tartan and safety pins. Still, it’s been surprisingly useful in the world of advertising.
Unless you’ve managed to climb all the way to the top of Maslow’s hierarchy or you’ve ascended to some Kantian-level of self-knowledge (or you’re just pathologically self-assured), you will always doubt yourself. But it’s no reason to stop being creative.
The question as to why Glenn Fisher needs a website about him (and the question as to why he's currently writing about himself in the third person) is a difficult one. It raises potential accusations of narcissism, self-promotion and vanity. I am guilty of all three.