Do you have a fancy title? Are you working your butt off to earn one? That’s great, but titles matter a lot less than you should give them credit for.
You are more than your title.
You are not an “editor;” you are a person who understands human behavior, knows grammar, meets deadlines, and writes killer headlines.
You are not an “assistant;” you are organized, skilled at seeing the whole picture, great at prioritizing, and a pro at completing tasks before someone asks you to.
Your knowledge, skills, and relationships are what make you – not the words on your business card.
Extra Credit: Think about three personal accomplishments you’re proud of. Then, list the elements you used to achieve each one (think knowledge, skills, and relationships). Dig into this reservoir when you need a confidence boost.