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January 20, 2015
The Impostor Syndrome - Part 3

Impostor Syndrome, Part 3: The Parenting Problem

My last two posts addressed the Impostor Syndrome, the tendency for successful and intelligent women to discount their own accomplishment and doubt their own ability. But it’s a syndrome that […]
January 13, 2015
The Impostor Syndrome - Part 2

The Impostor Syndrome, Part 2: How to Accept a Compliment

Last Sunday, I arrived at a meeting of the Ohio Chapter of the National Speakers Association, all excited to learn business-building techniques from Mark LeBlanc. Mark is a rock star […]
January 5, 2015
The Impostor Syndrome - Part 1

I’m a Fraud. Impostor Syndrome, Part 1

I’m a Fraud. About 13 years ago, I was diligently preparing for my first paid speaking engagement. Up to this point, I had harbored a secret desire to be a […]
December 13, 2013

Conquer it by Committing to it.

Have you ever had to dig really deep to overcome a personal setback? Have you found that digging deep means committing to the dig? When I was in high school, […]
November 27, 2013

Five words that make a big difference

Do you know the power of your words to transform negativity? The world is infested with negativity. Crabbing, complaining and grousing. Sour attitude, nitpicking and cynicism. It’s like an ooze […]