I saw a quote about imposter syndrome this week that got me researching ways to combat doubting ones abilities and feeling like a fraud in the workplace. That led me to this quote from an article on LinkedIN:


"The very motions that have become easier or habitual because of your experience, knowledge and abilities make room to learn new things since they're going to be the hard things for a while."


Essentially, the skills that don't require extra effort make room in your brain for you to learn. So don't discount your "easy" abilities. They are opening doors for new skills and growth.


Now open a door to a new job with the latest listings on the job board!



Research and Assessment Professionals or Teams, CLIR's Digitizing Hidden Collections (part-time)

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Assistant / Associate / Full Professor, Wayne State University

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Middle East Studies Librarian and Area Studies Collection Strategist, University of California, Santa Barbara

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Head of Metadata Services, University of California Berkeley

Emerging Data Practices Librarian, Cornell University


Have a great week,

Erin O'Donnell


Outreach and Engagement Associate

Council on Library & Information Resources (CLIR)

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