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Amber Tucker “I’m not good enough.” “They’re not going to listen to me. “I’m a fraud.” Have you heard that voice in your head that’s telling you that you do not belong and one day soon, everyone will figure it out? It has a name. It is not the truth and it is not “your conscience.” It’s a phenomenon called “Imposter syndrome.”  Imposter syndrome is a term coined by psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzane A. Imes in 1978. It describes the “internal experience of intellectual phoniness in people who believer

Amber Tucker As of March 27, 2020, the Center for Disease and Control (CDC) is reporting over 85,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States. Many states are issuing stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders and it is impacting the way business operate. Leading through this can feel a lot like swimming against the tide with new information coming from all angles constantly, staying afloat can be a herculean effort. In times of chaos and uncertainty, teams look to their leaders for guidance and reassurance. While no one knows

The COVID-19 crisis shut down much of the entertainment industry. Many artists lost tours, jobs, and income. Since the implementation of the Stay at Home order, creatives have utilized the power of social media to stay connected with their audiences.  In some cases, artists are earning a nominal income with tips from their fans or raising money for charitable causes via their online platforms. Every day an artist goes live on social media. Audiences are tuning in by the thousands, creating nightclubs and concert halls in cyberspace. Virtual

Georgians and Public Health Experts Are Really Concerned About Brian Kemp’s “Reckless” and “Irresponsible” Coronavirus Plan After Gov. Brian Kemp released his “reckless” and “irresponsible” order forcing Georgia to reopen despite warnings that “speed[ing] up the reopening of Georgia’s economy will cost lives,” leaders across Georgia and the country criticized Kemp for his “politically motivated” order that “defies the warning of many public health officials.” Here’s what they had to say. Georgia mayors:“We need to, as government leaders, step up and give people an incentive to stay home. But

The Administration brushed aside scientific evidence and concerns regarding the pandemic, downplaying its spread and the depth of the problems we were encountering. It was only in March that they were forced to shift gears. But in shifting gears the blame game started, afresh, with a focus on the Chinese, the WHO, and probably we shall soon hear that aliens from the Romulan Star Empire were somehow involved. Trump’s decision to cut funding for the World Health Organization (WHO)—which we warned about last week—is yet another example of

By Chida Rebecca The idea of working from home has always been a glamorized one. Rolling out of bed whenever you’d like, sitting poolside with your favorite drink at noon. Man! That sounds like a day anyone would enjoy. Especially if you find yourself working for a company that you may not particularly like physically going to. In the last few weeks, we’ve seen corporations big and small come to a major halt due to COVID-19. Businesses have essentially locked their doors and are requiring employees to work

by Elizabeth Lampkin, Contributing Writer While the pandemic has forced people to spend more time together, it has also revealed some harsh and apparent truths to those who are not in relationships. Many singles are accustomed to going on dates, hitting the bar scene, going club-hopping, or gathering with friends. However, with the abrupt turn of events, the singles scene is now on a temporary shut-down. While some singles are okay with temporary solitude, others have realized their reality of being single. For many, this reality is a