When you fully embrace your stress, you see difficult moments as things you can work into rather than through.
An important part of learning how to assert yourself is recognizing that you’re imperfect. And that’s okay.
In the words of a recovering perfectionist: it’s better to have something that’s messy but embodies you, than something you're just trying to get *right.*
With a positive perspective, you are no longer rooted. Instead, you’re always moving, finding your footing, and overcoming the next obstacle in your way.
Imposter syndrome might be affecting how you work, how you feel, or your self-perception, but it doesn’t have to. Here’s how you can combat it.
One of the most beautiful things, in my opinion, is stepping into your professional worth and identity.
Whether you’re worried about a deadline, decision in the past, or figuring out your next steps, here are six sentences to repeat in stressful moments.
What matters is believing in yourself, carving out your niche, taking up space, and knowing that you have a place here. And you’re going to do big things.
With a little persistence and some constructive management strategies, you can learn to cope with stress and face it with confidence and strength.
Being an emotional person is nothing to be ashamed of, especially when it comes to the workplace.