As marketers, we all want to climb the career ladder as quickly as possible. But if you’re going to become a marketing manager one day, you first need to learn what the role demands. Moving up in ranks means becoming more involved in the marketing process, and eventually becoming the principal implementor. As a marketing manager, you’d be in charge of a team. Employees will look up to you as you once looked up to your manager. However, accepting this position comes with increased responsibility. It can feel rewarding to watch your strategies come to life, but it’s important to understand…

“I got lucky.” “I don’t belong here.” “I’m a fraud, and it’s just a matter of time before everyone finds out.” Sound familiar? Most of us have experienced feelings of doubt and unworthiness at some point in our lives. But when your accomplishments are a result of your own knowledge, hard work, and preparation and you still feel inadequate … you’re probably suffering from impostor syndrome. People who suffer from this syndrome often feel like frauds — despite being smart, skilled, capable professionals who actually deserve whatever commendations and praise they’re given. Rather than celebrating their accomplishments, they worry that…