According to WIE Suite member Cindy Gallop, and organizational psychologist Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, while some of those suggestions are still sound, many of those ingrained ideas "are more likely to perpetuate than reduce gender bias by legitimizing the status quo - focusing on fixing women rather than the system, and blaming women for not behaving like incompetent men." In their article for Harvard Business Review, Gallop and Chamorro-Premuzic share some very useful revised guidelines that better serve the modern woman.
Find a mentor? Why not look for a champion instead - someone who has the agency to influence people at the top and will use it to help you.
Men are rarely told to find work-life balance, so why should you? Instead, find a workplace that will respect the balance you choose.
Don’t “fake it till you make it.” Talk up your accomplishments, your intention, and your vision in a way that gets you recognized.
Stop being apologetic? They disagree. There's absolutely nothing wrong with being polite or courteous or 'saying sorry'. If anything, the world would be a much better and less toxic place if men said sorry more. So lets flip the script.