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#ImposterSyndrome: The “If” Factor

Simply put, “Imposter Syndrome” means that a person believes they may be a “fraud” in his or her own mind. That person doubts their accomplishments or spends a lot of time downplaying them. For example: “I was my high school … Continue reading

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#BeHumble: For Some People, “Be Humble” Actually Means “Be Quiet”

So, you’re working toward achieving some pretty lofty goals. Whether you’ve received a promotion at your job, you’re working toward that big promotion, you’re¬†working to become an actor or actress, you’re on your way to buying your first home, or … Continue reading

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(PART TWO) #TEDx: “Imposter Syndrome” And How It Has Affected My Life

(Continued from “PART ONE”): https://pplscrt79.wordpress.com/2017/01/06/part-one-tedx-the-imposter-syndrome-and-how-it-has-affected-my-life/ When I got myself together, I got up and called my father.  He was able to borrow a vehicle in order to take me to my graduation.  I would say that was probably the biggest … Continue reading

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#Success: Why You Should Talk About It As Often As You’d Like

Yesterday, a Facebook friend posted this on her timeline, to the effect: “You are more likely to reach your goals if you don’t talk about them.” I wasn’t really sure if that was sarcasm or meant to be serious. I … Continue reading

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Here Are Eight of the Best Things TO Post On Facebook

Nope, that’s not a typo. I didn’t leave out “NOT” by accident. I don’t know about you all, but I get tired of seeing all these lists that say what someone believes we all should NOT be doing. I get … Continue reading

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