In The News: Department of Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology

May 3, 2021

There is yet another new technology that is sweeping across the internet and causing a cash craze involving some big name artists, athletes and collectors.

Las Vegas Review Journal
April 30, 2021

Let’s begin by defining the terms.

February 17, 2021

A balance transfer credit card is a card that can be used to pay off the balance owed on another credit card or loan at a lower interest rate. The average balance transfer credit card has a 0% APR for over 12 months, with a 3% balance transfer fee and a $0 annual fee. The purpose of a balance transfer credit card is to save both money and time, as reducing the overall cost of debt makes it easier to pay off the balance faster (some cards are from WalletHub partners).

August 11, 2020

Have you ever experienced the feeling that you were in over your head and didn’t belong in your work or student environment? Or thought that your accomplishments were due to lucky breaks making you feel like a fraud? These are telltale symptoms of imposter syndrome. And it could be affecting your current and future financial success.

June 3, 2020

You’ve probably felt it before.

As a new hiree. In a challenging class. Or while making small talk with really, really smart people.

Leadership Today
May 18, 2020

Chances are that you will suffer from impostor syndrome at some point in your life. In this episode we explore what impostor syndrome is, why it occurs, and nine ways we can avoid feeling like a fraud.

The Daily Universe
February 10, 2020

Jenna Lindsey had always been a good student — school came easy to her. But when she came to BYU for the first time, she realized it was much more challenging than high school.

BBC Radio: All in the Mind
January 8, 2020

Claudia Hammond examines the psychological impact of living with a severe food allergy; why fraudulent feelings of "imposter syndrome" are more widespread than we realised.

The Daily Universe
November 21, 2019

Many people may feel like inadequate “imposters” when they enter a new environment, like starting college or a new job.

Psychology Today
November 21, 2019

Many people sometimes feel like a fraud—even if they possess the skills to succeed or have already notched key achievements.

The State Press
November 19, 2019

A look at college students' experiences with imposter syndrome and advice from an expert on how to overcome it

Technology Networks
October 7, 2019

I received a compliment on an article I had written from a family friend recently. They told me, "Your work is brilliant; you're so clever to understand these concepts, you must be so proud." The compliment triggered a chain of thoughts. Not because I felt flattered and appreciative of the kind gesture. No, it was my reaction that had caught my attention.