LINK OF THE WEEK
Jeff Haden, a contributing editor at Inc., just put all of our worries to rest. In this enlightening article, Jeff tackles the myth of impostor syndrome and reveals its surprising benefits.
Contrary to what we may think, feeling like an imposter can actually make us more charming, productive, and even successful (as if we could get more charming). Embracing this phenomenon can lead to a remarkable shift in focus toward others and ignite a strong motivation to prove ourselves.
To read more about this eye-opening perspective, check out the full article HERE! And remember, you’re not alone in feeling like an impostor. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association, up to 82% of people face this feeling. So it’s time to change your mindset and embrace the superpower it is!
SLACK THREAD OF THE WEEK
Truly never a dull moment. Here’s a glimpse at our creative team’s daily, casual banter.
Now, let’s address the elephant in the room: Andrew Leger, our resident Yachtley Crew aficionado and so-called devoted “Crewpie,” seems to have wavered in his loyalty like a yacht swaying on a choppy sea. How will he navigate this Christopher Cross-road? Is he really sailing in a different direction? One thing we know for sure is if we don’t ride like the wind to get to the bottom of it, his relationship with the Crew will never be the same. We’ll investigate this unexpected turn of events and keep you updated on the drama.
SHAMELESS CLIENT PLUG OF THE WEEK
Personalized facials without the fuss! Heyday delivers customized, educational skincare treatments tailored specially to you. And we’re not just saying it! 100% of Serendipit employees that received a Heyday treatment have been glowing ever since.
SONG OF THE WEEK
Embracing Serendipit summer hours like…
GOLDSTARS OF THE WEEK
🌟 Madison Breuer, recognized for doing the work to win.
🌟 Team Serendipit, recognized for always being there, no matter what.
Helping our older readers decode the language of the younger generation.
Bussin’: An expression used to say when something is extremely great or delicious.
It’s Giving: A phrase used to describe the way something looks or the vibe it’s giving off.
Periodt (the “t” is silent): A term used at the end of a statement or to express being done with a conversation. Similar to a “mic drop” after saying something important.
*Editor’s Note: I know I’m old because this is the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen. Respectfully.
Sliving: Coined by the iconic Paris Hilton, this term means living your best life in a blend of two slang words: “slay” and “living.”
Simp: A term used to describe someone who does way too much for the person they like.
A SWING & A MISS
It doesn’t take an industry expert to know a fail when they see one.
RAISE YOUR GLASS
There’s almost always something to celebrate around here. HUGE congrats to Lisa Sass on her (long-awaited) engagement, Luci Peterson on the lil’ bun she’s got cooking in the oven, and Andrew Leger for still being on track to get married this October!
JOIN OUR TEAM
We’re currently on the lookout for some exceptional individuals to fill the roles of Social Media Coordinator and PR Account Executive. If you’re ready to dive into this energetic, fun-filled, sometimes chaotic environment, apply HERE!
And that’s a wrap on this week’s roundup! Be sure to check back every Friday for more exciting updates and follow us on instagram to see all the action in real time. For now, we want to leave you with some valuable advice as you go forth and conquer this battle with impostor syndrome: