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Battles of an Impostor

  • I talked them through their feelings and helped them to battle against what they were experiencing, which was impostor syndrome.
  • I use positive thoughts to empower me to fight against impostor syndrome, flip the beliefs and prove myself wrong!
  • Even after I rationalised the negative thoughts of being a phony Graduate manager, I was still not happy in the role.
  • I flip the negative thoughts and feelings that impostor syndrome throws at me through reflection.
  • In times where I feel like I am not making progress, or I do not belong in my role, these little notes help to prove otherwise and turn negative thoughts positive.
  • Finding out what the reality was, recognising that it did not match their internal feelings, rationalising and reflecting, helped shift the negative thoughts.

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Human emotions must adapt to thrive in the machine age

  • At the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, Alibaba co-founder and executive chairman Jack Ma made the case for investing in our emotional capacities and even proposed a “love quotient.” Management thinkers believe that socio-emotional skills are going to be a key asset in tomorrow’s marketplace, simply because tasks requiring operational excellence and efficiency are likely to be performed much more effectively by AI and robots.
  • Analyst firm Gartner recently predicted that by 2022 smart machines will understand our emotions better than our close friends and relatives, which of course is an outrageous claim, as the ethnographer Jonathan Cook has pointed out: “The more certain research firms claim to be in their ability to measure emotion with quantitative precision, the more incompetent they are likely to actually be at accomplishing the task — because they have lost touch with what emotion actually is,” he writes.

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15 female CEOs, founders, and leaders share their burnout confessions - Business Insider

  • In the following stories, these 15 women reflect on the moments they knew change needed to happen and their biggest piece of advice for overcoming burnout — or avoiding it in the first place.
  • My turning point: After 10 years of doing trauma-based immigration legal services, including founding my own nonprofit, I knew I needed a break.
  • My turning point: I was working full time as a CFO, consulting for another company on nights and weekends, was an adjunct professor, and was cochair of a gala.
  • My advice for overcoming burnout: I tend to do something I wouldn't advise for everyone: Instead of renewing my contract for another three years, I did the only thing I was sure I wanted to do — travel the world, following my curiosity and taking a break.

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15 female CEOs, founders, and leaders share their burnout confessions - Business Insider

  • In the following stories, these 15 women reflect on the moments they knew change needed to happen and their biggest piece of advice for overcoming burnout — or avoiding it in the first place.
  • My turning point: After 10 years of doing trauma-based immigration legal services, including founding my own nonprofit, I knew I needed a break.
  • My turning point: I was working full time as a CFO, consulting for another company on nights and weekends, was an adjunct professor, and was cochair of a gala.
  • My advice for overcoming burnout: I tend to do something I wouldn't advise for everyone: Instead of renewing my contract for another three years, I did the only thing I was sure I wanted to do — travel the world, following my curiosity and taking a break.

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15 stories of burnout from successful female CEOs, founders, and leaders, and their advice for avoiding the same fate

  • In the following stories, these 15 women reflect on the moments they knew change needed to happen and their biggest piece of advice for overcoming burnout — or avoiding it in the first place.
  • My turning point: After 10 years of doing trauma-based immigration legal services, including founding my own nonprofit, I knew I needed a break.
  • My turning point: I was working full time as a CFO, consulting for another company on nights and weekends, was an adjunct professor, and was cochair of a gala.
  • My advice for overcoming burnout: I tend to do something I wouldn't advise for everyone: Instead of renewing my contract for another three years, I did the only thing I was sure I wanted to do — travel the world, following my curiosity and taking a break.

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Lessons Learned Throughout My Initial Years of Learning to Code

  • Like most people learning web development, I started with HTML and CSS.
  • In those days, I learn programming primarily through tutorial videos.
  • The thing is when you're following a tutorial, most likely the author had already tried their best to make sure that everything works fine.
  • But I don't think it will be useful, as there's a high chance you'll jump to another tutorial soon enough, and you'll never really put your newly acquired knowledge to practice.
  • I like to put it this way: Yes, learn it if you really need it.
  • I think reading documentation is better than watching tutorial videos simply because, with documentation, no one is telling you how exactly to do it.
  • The next best thing about documentation is, there's a big chance a tool created for public use will come with its documentation.

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These flannel shirts are made from recycled plastic and tree nuts, and they're some of the softest we've ever worn

  • Simply named The Responsible Flannel, the shirts are sustainably (and of course, responsibly) made with organic and recycled materials.
  • While simply buying a United By Blue product is a way that customers can help support the environment, the brand also allows them to actively participate in cleanups.
  • Fortunately, the dress code at the Insider Inc. office is rather casual, so my style doesn't change much between the workweek and the weekend, and I've found myself practically living in United By Blue's Responsible Flannels this winter (I currently have four colors).
  • It's soft like one of my go-to bad-weather sweaters, but it looks like your standard flannel dress shirt.
  • United By Blue's Responsible Flannels are silky soft along the lines of a really high-end brushed cotton.
  • With comfort, style, and sustainability going for the United By Blue Responsible Flannels, we highly recommend adding them to your cold-weather wardrobes.

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The best affordable hotels in New York City

  • Our best affordable hotels in New York City are located in central neighborhoods, rated three stars or higher, offer experiential amenities and interesting design, and nice rooms that make good use of a smaller space.
  • Rooms are small but make thoughtful use of storage and design, and the starting price of $185 midweek makes it one of the better-appointed and more affordable options in the hip, popular neighborhood.
  • Cons: Rooms are on the small side, making it ideal for a solo business traveler, or couples looking for an intimate, boutique stay.
  • Housed in a converted 19th-century warehouse, the hotel's standard studio loft rooms are large and start at $169 a night, with a bright, modern eclectic vibe with far more space than you're likely to find in Manhattan for the same price (a general trend on this side of the river).

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What makes some people so successful? Here are 17 things that high achievers do everyday to stay on top.

  • Having enough time to focus on strategic objectives can be challenging when all communications tend to lead to your inbox and try to dictate your day.
  • I carve out time to get to inbox zero and clear up half of my calendar for unstructured time, which allows me to delve into new ideas, analyze current issues, and navigate my team through challenges with a more proactive mindset.
  • For me, crossing all the tasks off my to-do list gives a deeper sense of achievement at the end of each day, and helps me hit the ground running the next morning.
  • My ringtone is the song, "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life," by Eric Idle from "Monty Python." The extended song lyrics are actually quite nihilistic, but hearing just the chorus many times per day helps me to take a moment from a hectic day to reflect on my good fortune.

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How to Learn Data Science when Life does not Give You a Break

  • Now I manage to finish many fun data science projects, publish at least 2 articles per week, have new findings in NLP research while maintaining my 4.0 GPA.
  • Since new approaches are working for me, I want to share them with the hope that you could adopt some for yourself to get those skills in a short amount of time and make your data science journey more enjoyable.
  • Set a small goal of what I want to complete and finish it in a short amount of time.
  • Let’s say when I come back from school, I would tell myself: I want to finish my school work in 2 hours and get my NLP project done for 2 hours.
  • Open several browsers for different projects I want to finish and new articles I want to read.

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