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Imposter Syndrome: feeling like you want to fit in but don’t belong? It’s time to update your story.

Imposter syndrome is a term that I have noticed, is becoming more common lately. This article http://www.fastcompany.com/3036006/hit-the-ground-running/8-practical-steps-to-getting-over-your-impostor-syndrome describes it as “a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to see their own accomplishments, dismissing them as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe themselves to be” 378 more words


Evolution, not Revolution

What we need now is Evolution, not Revolution


By Laura Eaton Lewis

We need a new way of doing politics that reflects the maturity that we have developed through our referendum process. 1,783 more words

Uk Politics

A Risk Assessment of the future UK

A Risk Assessment of the future UK

‘My heart says yes and my head says no.’

That’s how the narrative goes, isn’t it?  That the only reason to vote yes is out of patriotism and that we must try and quell those feelings to think with our brains. 4,588 more words

Uk Politics

What happens in Scotland on September 19th?

Start As We Mean to Go On

first published in BELLACALEDONIA on SEPTEMBER 10, 2014

 : http://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2014/09/10/start-as-we-mean-to-go-on/

Laura Eaton Lewis argues we need to be the change you want to see. 1,922 more words

We Need To Talk About Leadership

We need to talk about leadership…

First Published in BELLACALEDONIA on SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 • ( 47 )


by Laura Eaton Lewis

There’s rich debate taking place right now in Scotland that has revolutionised people’s participation in politics and the governance of our society.  2,489 more words

Uk Politics

Becoming a Person Centred Leader Part 10: ‘working with’ people rather than ‘doing to’

This is the final post in this 10 part series about becoming a person centred leader. This one is about working with people, which you will notice, is the thread that both connects all of the behaviours we have talked about in the series (see the reminder below) … 572 more words