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Melody Wilding

Melody Wilding is a coach, licensed social worker, and Human Behavior professor who helps ambitious high-achievers master their mindset for success. She also gave a TEDx talk about how to overcome self-doubt. Get free tools to go from stuck to unstoppable at work on her website,


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Anxious at Work? Try This Mindfulness Tip

by Melody Wilding | May 02, 2018

Practicing gratitude can be a powerful tool for overcoming anxiety. This drill will help--even if showing gratitude isn't your thing.

How Successful People Conquer Self-Doubt

by Melody Wilding | April 10, 2018

Impostor syndrome affects even highly accomplished people. So how do they deal with it?

10 Signs You're Becoming a Work Martyr

by Melody Wilding | March 19, 2018

Work martyrs live in a constant state of stress, afraid to take time off for fear of not being seen as valuable.

How to Deal with Passive-Aggressive Colleagues

by Melody Wilding | February 13, 2018

Dealing with passive-aggressive colleagues can be a difficult, dispiriting task.

4 Body Language Tips for Your Next Interview

by Melody Wilding | January 16, 2018

Your body language often tells an interviewer more about you than the answers you give to questions.

The Best Time of Day to Make Decisions and Ask for a Raise

by Melody Wilding | November 28, 2017

The best time of day to make decisions or ask for raises depends on your chronobiology.

What to Do When Someone Else Takes Credit for Your Work

by Melody Wilding | October 27, 2017

A coworker taking credit for your work can set back your career. Here's how to deal with it.