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4 successful people share how they triumphed over imposter syndrome, the belief that you’ll be exposed as a ‘fraud’
Imposter syndrome is a psychological pattern that can cause feelings of self-doubt or fear of being exposed as a fraud. Here's how to overcome it.
Elon Musk snapped back at Arianna Huffington’s advice to get some more sleep in tweet he sent at 2:30 a.m.
Arianna Huffington told Elon Musk to get some more sleep, but the Tesla CEO snapped back in a 2:30 a.m. tweet. Musk said he had no choice but to work long hours because the alternative was potentially catastrophic for Tesla.
Superstar Hollywood producer Brian Grazer said he finds rapper Gucci Mane just as fascinating as Picasso and Einstein
"Genius" producer Brian Grazer told Arianna Huffington that he finds rapper Gucci Mane just as "fascinating" as Picasso and Einstein, the subjects of the show.
Execs and entrepreneurs like Arianna Huffington of Thrive, Randy Garutti of Shake Shack, and Amy Bohutinsky of Zillow share advice for their younger selves.
How jobs and careers will change in 2018, according to an ex-Google exec, a business school professor, and a ‘Shark Tank’ investor
LinkedIn gathered predictions from experts in a range of fields about the changes we should expect to see in our offices come 2018.
The "sleepless executive" is a worshipped figure, particularly in the tech industry, but some executives are starting to try to dispel the idea.
Uber's investors are warring.
Uber's board approved all of Eric Holder's recommendations after investigation into sexual harassment, discrimination at Uber.
‘Hit me with the bad news first’: Mark Cuban explains what he wants to see when he opens an employee email
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban told Arianna Huffington that he advised anyone working for him to start their emails with the problems they're facing.
CEO Travis Kalanick has started meditating in Uber’s lactation room, as his company spins in a whirlwind of bad press
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has turned to meditation to help him think differently, and make better decisions, according to Uber board member Arianna Huffington.