Here’s Why You Have Impostor Syndrome (Even Though You Shouldn’t)

Do you feel like a fake? If so, you might be suffering from impostor syndrome, the feeling of intellectual or professional fraudulence that manifests as severe self-doubt. Even when all evidence indicates that they are competent, someone experiencing impostor syndrome can't shake the feeling that they don't know what they're doing professionally, and that soon enough someone is going to find out that they're faking their way through their job and they'll be fired.

5 Ways Woman Can Silence Their Inner Critics to Realize Career Success

As the saying goes, "you are your own worst enemy," and this is especially true for women in the working world. This type of thinking is what tends to hold women back from realizing the type of career success they want and deserve. We'll take a look at five ways women can confidently take on future opportunities in their careers by simply silencing their inner critics once and for all.

Surprise: It’s Really Not Great to Be a Perfectionist

Everyone is different, but most perfectionists tend to have three things in common with their fellow sufferers. First, they don’t recognize that being a perfectionist isn’t a good thing. Second, perfectionists don’t think they’re perfectionists. Finally, perfectionists generally find it almost impossible to give themselves a break -- and that's where things get dicey, both for their careers and for their personal lives.