Impostor syndrome is a condition suffered by people who aren't impostors. But just how many of those people are actual impostors?
People are always surprised to hear that I rejected the offer I received for my current job at first. That I had the balls to reach back out to the HR coordinator I was originally in contact with and admit to her that things weren’t going well at the job I took instead and that... Continue Reading →
What I find most frustrating about the job searching process is that interviewers/hiring managers/recruiters act as if: 1. They’re the only one’s getting something out of the deal, and 2. candidates are desperate for a job. This way of thinking results in the toxic work culture that we all know and love: the “you should... Continue Reading →