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Words 5×5 Words 5x5 is a minimalistic word search highscores game with great features, over than 170K words and a possibility to customize a look of the game. Great game also for mobile/tablets!

Press and hold the left mouse button on the letter and drag your mouse to neighboring letters horizontally, vertically or diagonally to create a word. Each word must be created from 3 to 10 letters. Longer words give you better score! There will appear a star if the word exist! Get the best score possible in 300 seconds time limit!




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  1. Valerie Young says:

    I really enjoyed the article. A few people have asked about solutio1 to impostor syndrome.nI’m not a game developer. But I have spoken on this topic to te1 of thousands of men and women from Intel to MIT, IBM to Society of Women Engineer and just yesterday did a Skype Q&A with a book group at Game Stop corporate headquarte1.nI’m happy to report, there are three key things people who feel like imposto1 not only can do, but must do in order to unlearn impostor syndrome:n1)tNormalizenThe advice I see being offered most often is to talk about your impostor feelings. It’s true that discovering there’s name for these feelings and that some of the most talented and successful people on the share them is hugely reassuring (I know it was to me).nUnfortunately, though far too many people get stuck here. They spend yea1 in therapy or with their friends or mento1 talking about their impostor feelings. The problem is, you can’t share your way of out impostor syndrome.nNormalizing is different because it has everything to do with HOW you talk about your impostor feelings.nI1tead of being confessional or evoking shame, normalizing is lighthearted and off handed (much like the boss example in the post). It’s being able to turn to someone and say, “I’m having one of those impostor moments. Have you ever felt that way? It’s really common.”n2)tReframenIf you want stop feeling like an impostor, you have to stop thinking like one.nThere are a minority of achieve1 who do not suffer from impostor feelings. But they are no more intelligent or capable than those who do. The only difference between us and them is, in the same situation, non-imposto1 think different thoughts. That’s it.nWhich mea1, if you want to learn how to feel as bright and capable as you really are, then you need to reframe how you currently think about failure, competence, and fear.nWhy? Because while no one “likes” to fail, make a mistake, have their work criticized… when these things happen to “imposto1,” we experience SHAME.nThe thing is, not everyone experiences shame the same way. It all depends on which of the 5 Competence Types (The Perfectionist, The Expert, The Natural Genius, The Soloist, The Super Man/Woman/Student) most describes how you measure your own competence.nThat’s where the competence rulebook for mere mortals comes in.nParaphrasing Schutze, it’s the difference between viewing being “acutely aware of our own limitatio1 [so that], the more we know, the more we see we still have to learn” as somehow evidence of our ineptness and i1tead knowing that striving to know everything is the equivalent of trying to get to the end of the internet. It’s not possible. There will always be more to learn – and that’s a good thing.n3)tKeep going regardless of how you feel.nWhat we “want” is to not feel like an impostor. Which is to say, what we want is to feel confident 24/7. But that’s not how confidence works.nWe all have moments where we feel we’re brilliant. And we all have moments where we can’t put together two intelligent sentences. It’s called Life.nAs with any major internal shift, feelings are the last to change. You have to fi1t change the way you think (see #1 and #2), then you have to act like you believe those new thoughts (even though at fi1t you won’t).nIt’s about trusting that the more you take risks and go after goals and see you really can do it, the more confident you’ll feel. By the way, this is true regardless of the outcome. Because if you do #2, then you’ll know there as long as you gave it your best shot, there is no shame in falling short.nWill there be times when you still feel like you’re in over your head and it’s just a matter of time before they find out? Count on it.nBut now you’ll have the tools and i1ight to talk you1elf down from the impostor ledge faster. That way you can go from living an impostor life to having an impostor moment.nValerie YoungnImpostorSyndrome.com

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