Why Imposter Syndrome Never Goes Away (and What to Do About It)

I’ve seen a common theme with many of my coaching clients as of late. The more success they have in their businesses, the more imposter syndrome rears its ugly head. As it turns out, I’ve been struggling with this all year, so it’s only fitting that my clients are mirroring my own imposter syndrome back to me.

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Young Thug’s ‘Jeffery’ Cover Complicates Black Masculinity and Challenges Identity Labels

So, here’s the thing: A black man in a dress is a political statement. Blame it on “masculinity too fragile,” blame it on “definitions of black masculinity are too narrow,” blame it on your Paw Paw, but it just is. So when Young Thug, or Jeffery as we’re expected to call him for a bit, dropped his cover art for the No, My Name is JEFFERY mixtape last night, whether he admits it or not, he knew it was going to kick up quite a bit of conversation.

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Surgeon General Writes to Every Doctor in U.S. About Opioid Epidemic

The United States surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy, has sent a letter to every doctor in the United States asking them to help solve the problem of opioid addiction in the United States.

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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION APPROVES MERGER BETWEEN TESLA, SOLARCITY

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has cleared Tesla to buy SolarCity, the solar energy provider that Tesla CEO Elon Musk helped found. The government’s blessing paves the way for the merger plan Tesla announced at the beginning of the month, a deal said to be worth $2.6 billion.

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