Today we use different words and letters to describe the overarching concept of diversity, equity and inclusion. There’s the core DEI acronym, though sometimes, you’ll see a “B” added for “belonging”; other times, a “J” is included for “justice.”
I spent an embarrassing amount of time in my career pretending to be someone I wasn’t. What’s worse is that it wasn’t even just a game of pretend; what I was telling everyone was totally, patently false —
They’re going to figure me out this time—a thought we all know too well. It bubbles up right before that new job interview, that big presentation, and that important dinner party (the one where we’re cooking the dinner).
If you’ve ever felt “in over your head” or “not as smart” as everyone thinks you are, you may be familiar with Impostor Syndrome. It’s the chronic self-doubt and inability to internalize your success, in spite of massive
Remember when you started your business? It was just an idea at first. Then, something came over you, a kind of confidence and belief that anything is possible. As you went through the motions of putting your ideas
Asking for what you want is the cornerstone of success. It has become more important than ever during the pandemic. Upwork’s 7th annual study surveyed more than 6,000 U.S. workers over the age of 18 and found that
“Invalidation,” according to Dr. Jamie Long, psychologist, “is the process of denying, rejecting or dismissing someone’s feelings. Invalidation sends the message that a person’s subjective emotional experience is inaccurate, insignificant, and/or unacceptable.” One hot August evening, my mom