Posts tagged confidence
The Truth About Impostor Syndrome

Impostor Syndrome, first coined in 1978 by clinical psychologists Dr. Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes, refers to the inability of high-achieving people to internalize their accomplishments: the persistent feeling that one doesn’t deserve to be where they are in life. 

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From Homeless To Boss With A Mindset Shift

You can’t let your past dictate where you end up.

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When Is Giving Up Actually The Right Move?

While I realize that many fulfilling aspects of life take work, focus, determination and discomfort, holding onto an idea that you MUST push through with something that isn’t serving you can be both depleting and damaging to your life and spirit. 

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Taking The Mask Off Of Impostor Syndrome

Impostor Syndrome, first coined in 1978 by clinical psychologists Dr. Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes, refers to the inability of high-achieving people to internalize their accomplishments: the persistent feeling that one doesn’t deserve to be where they are in life. 

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The Confidence Gap: What It Is And Why You Should Care

When I was a little girl, I was fearless. Whether playing basketball on the street, speaking my mind, or wearing whatever I deemed fashionable, I felt invincible. Yet, as I grew older, my fearlessness was soon tested by teachers, peers, adults, and colleagues alike. 

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When It's Okay To Give Up

While I realize that many fulfilling aspects of life take work, focus, determination and discomfort, holding onto an idea that you MUST push through with something that isn’t serving you can be both depleting and damaging to your life and spirit. 

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Going From Homeless To Boss: How A Mindset Shift Changed All

You can’t let your past dictate where you end up.

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Mavenly + Co. Book Club: The Defining Decade

Join us on Facebook Live on November 2nd at 8 P.M. EST to chat with us about how to be more productive, set better goals, and live life on purpose.

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Building Your Professional Circle As An Introvert

The anxiety you felt as a teenager in the cafeteria can (and will) prevent you from landing opportunities and connections that you would have never made organically, if you allow it to

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Getting Hired At A Startup: A Guide

When you set out to work for a startup, you’re usually applying to join a smaller team, a team where everyone pulls their weight (and then some), and a team that has to run like clockwork. And that means you are responsible for YOU.When you set out to work for a startup, you’re usually applying to join a smaller team, a team where everyone pulls their weight (and then some), and a team that has to run like clockwork. And that means you are responsible for YOU. 

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The Confidence Gap: What It Is And Why You Should Care

When I was a little girl, I was fearless. Whether playing basketball on the street, speaking my mind, or wearing whatever I deemed fashionable, I felt invincible. Yet, as I grew older, my fearlessness was soon tested by teachers, peers, adults, and colleagues alike. 

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