Ever feel you're in a position that you don't deserve? Or feel like a failure because your project went wrong in every way possible? Or even just not as seamlessly as your high standards would have liked? If so, here's a challenge: "Stop engaging with the false theory that the best way to stop feeling like a failure is to succeed."
Even the most dynamic, confident people go through bouts of self-doubt. It's in our nature. Much of our profession focuses on success, and if you can shift your attitude to failing = learning, then there's much less to worry about.
What Do You Do Well That Others Don’t? [HBR]
Afraid of Being 'Found Out?' How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome [Forbes]
These Six Filler Words Are Undermining Your Credibility [FC]
On feeling like a failure [Seth Godin]
Why Coworkers Steal Each Other's Stuff (and What You Can Do About It) [Lifehacker]
Enjoy the weekend!