Posts tagged women
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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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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5 Quotes To Live By From Amy Poehler’s "Yes Please"

Despite her huge successes, Amy tells her story in a way that is so down-to-earth and relatable that you’ll feel like you're having a casual conversation with your best friend.

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The Simple Magic Of Breathing

At face value, we are preoccupying ourselves with a whole slew of different activities, but in reality, how many of those things are we actually doing for us?

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Learning To Balance Career Success With Personal Well-Being

I always felt that I was working towards something, but never achieving anything.

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Mentorship Circles: Who's In Yours?

The reality is (and research shows), a single mentor can’t fulfill all your needs or have the time or capacity to be your only source of support.

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The Truth About Job Qualifications

How many times have you found a post for your ideal job, but then stopped yourself from applying because you don’t meet all of the job qualifications? 

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It's 2016, And Women Are Still Being Stereotyped In the Workplace

The majority expressed concern for my "unfortunate" circumstance of being part of an all-women team.

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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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