How to Beat Imposter Syndrome in the Technology Industry

In a fast-paced digital world, the increasing pressure to succeed in the tech industry is taking a toll on employees. Recent studies show that at least 58% of employees in the tech industry experience the Imposter Syndrome in their careers.
While overcoming the imposter syndrome can be challenging, you can take strategic steps to dampen the feelings and become successful in your career.

8 Principles That Will Enable You To Add Value And Be Impactful

You are not your position. Whether you’re a manager, an executive, or a subordinate; everyone is a leader when they take ownership and hold themselves accountable for outcomes. As a subordinate, you don’t have to wait for your boss to tell you what to do to add value; you can take it upon yourself to do so without permission.

Inertia is The Silent Killer of Future Revenue Growth

Why do established companies fail? Because they fail to create the future. Two ways for a company to fail: One way is it sets ambitious plans and doesn’t meet them. But the second way is it sets plans that aren’t ambitious and needs them.

And, there are many reasons why they fail to do so, but there is one word under which you can put all those reasons under: inertia.

Reframing: How To View Threats As Opportunities And Unlock Your Potential

Let me present you with a situation: Your manager is pushing you to take on more responsibilities. He calls you to his office and hands you a memo that lays out a new project which he asks you to lead. You’re dumbfounded and appreciative for the opportunity, wasn’t expecting it. But, you’re also a little scared to take on such an important project. You begin thinking about how this could be an opportunity for your career but also a threat.

3 Ways To Change Your Perspective And Increase Your Impact at Work

Whether you’re aiming to create a better product or service, solve a problem that nobody seems to crack, persuade someone of your great idea, influence someone to take a different approach to a situation; when we change our perspective, we can increase our impact.