"By [using the word "yet"] we give people a time perspective. It creates the idea of learning over time. It puts the other person on that learning curve and says, “Well, maybe you’re not at the finish line but you’re on that learning curve and let’s go further.” It’s such a growth mindset word."
When Michael Strathan announced he was leaving "Live!" to his co-host Kelly Ripa to join "Good Morning America" as a full-time host only 30 minutes before it became public, you could only imagine how quickly it ignited the Internet and how quickly it became headline news.
It got me thinking, what is the right approach to announce you are leaving your job? Who should you tell first? How much notice should you give? And how honest should you be about your reasons for leaving?
Ever wondered if the people you work with will find out you're a fraud and that you don't belong there? Even though you have the qualifications and are good at your job, are you are convinced deep down that the only reason why you got the job you was because of luck or mistake; that one day someone will see you as the fraud you really are?