I worked for an ex-Dragons’ Den judge on an award-winning podcast: here’s how to avoid imposter syndrome and crush self-doubt

I worked for an ex-Dragons’ Den judge on an award-winning podcast: here’s how to avoid imposter syndrome and crush self-doubt

By Zeenia Naqvee Published: 08:36 GMT, 16 December 2023 | Updated: 08:36 GMT, 16 December 2023 ‘Imposter syndrome’ – feeling like you don’t quite deserve the job you have – seems to have become LinkedIn’s latest buzzword.  However, one man, who assumed he would get a dose of it when he quit uni to  begin … Read more

World’s former ‘number one PICK-UP artist’ Neil Strauss lays bare the ’emotional INCEST’ he says he endured at the hands of his mother – claiming her obsession with him sparked his decades-long battle with infidelity and sex addiction

World’s former ‘number one PICK-UP artist’ Neil Strauss lays bare the ’emotional INCEST’ he says he endured at the hands of his mother – claiming her obsession with him sparked his decades-long battle with infidelity and sex addiction

The man who was once branded as the world’s ‘number one pick-up artist’ has opened up about the ’emotional incest’ he endured as a teen with his mother – and has claimed that her obsession with him lead to him being unfaithful later in life, and stopped him from finding love. Neil Strauss, 54, originally … Read more

Gary Neville’s addition to Dragon’s Den line-up leaves fans divided as Man United legend is unveiled as judge on BBC show

Gary Neville’s addition to Dragon’s Den line-up leaves fans divided as Man United legend is unveiled as judge on BBC show

The unveiling of Manchester United legend Gary Neville as a judge on Dragon’s Den has left football fans somewhat divided. The 48-year-old, who has built up his own ‘business empire’ since retiring from football, has joined the show as a guest judge alongside businesswoman Emma Grede. The BBC released the first glimpse of Neville on the set … Read more

University professor says schools should teach young men ‘how to pick up women’ because ‘making them feel safe is a life skill’

University professor says schools should teach young men ‘how to pick up women’ because ‘making them feel safe is a life skill’

A New York University professor has said that ‘mating dynamics’ should be taught to young men at school because ‘approaching women and making them feel safe is a skill’. Professor Scott Galloway, 58, spoke to Steven Bartlett for his Diary of A CEO podcast where he also advised young men should ‘moderate their consumption of porn’ … Read more