Posts for Tag: confidence

  • May 27, 2019

    Five ways to combat Imposter Syndrome

    A recent article on wearethecity.com revealed that 49% of millennials struggle with imposter syndrome at work. This is alarming because millennials already account for 35% of the workforce. The survey from careercake showed that the biggest worry for those surveyed was ‘not being “good enough” or being found out that you don’t have the ability […]

  • January 3, 2018

    Getting confident with former WNBA player, Chantelle Anderson

    Chantelle Anderson is a 6 year WNBA veteran and an award-winning medical sales representative turned confidence coach. She specializes in helping others build the confidence they need to get what they want. Chantelle’s joy is infectious and she leaves others inspired and equipped to succeed. Her mission is to provide a million women with the […]

  • June 29, 2017


    The countdown is on with only 43 days until our first I am Mogul Summer Business School for women on the 11th & 12th August in London! We have an action packed two day programme that will help women develop professionally and personally and become the Moguls that have been waiting to get fully unleashed. […]

  • March 2, 2016

    4 lessons we can learn from Jenny Beavan

    If there’s one thing that we could learn from the awards season this year (aside from the need for equality in the film industry), it’s lessons in not giving a damn what other people think – and it’s courtesy of Costume Designer, Bafta and Oscar winner Jenny Beavan. We had a look at how she […]

  • February 24, 2016

    How to be your best cheerleader

    Earlier this week, Ole wrote about her realisation that you have to be your own biggest cheerleader, and we loved the advice Madeline McQueen gave for that piece so much we wanted to share some more of it with you. So here are McQueen’s top tips on how to be your best cheerleader… Change the mantra, […]

  • February 22, 2016

    Your best cheerleader is you!

    Here I am sitting down in front of my mirror, thinking and with tears running down my cheeks. Why are things not working for me? I have tried my very best but I am seeing no result compared to a friend of mine that only started her project a couple of months ago! I have tried […]