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Why Practicing Self-Compassion Improves The Most Competitive People's Performance
You'll get far better results if you show genuine interest in others while drawing clear lines in the sand.
Deepfake video is going mainstream and has the potential to hurt you. Here's how to protect yourself.
What Happens When You Put a NYC Subway Train Where it Doesn't Belong? A Remarkable Customer Experience
Data shows customer experience will overtake price and product as a key differentiator by 2020
Whileyou're setting your goals, your brain is setting its own, subconscious goals.
There's a lot of wisdom in all those Disney films -- here are some of the best quotes to inspire you in business and in life.
$1000 in your pocket right now seems awesome, but 50 cent raise would have been better.
Emotional skills aren't steady over our lives. They improve with practice.
When you're in charge, you need reasonably good skills in both of these things--but more importantly, you must know when to toggle between the two. Managing all the time (cracking the whip) is tedious and uninspiring. Non-stop leadership (blue sky vision-setting) feels like a pep rally for a team that never practices and doesn't know the game.On this recent Freakonomics Radio podcast, researchers explain that the most successful companies put the right person -- management-focused or leadership-focused -- in charge at the right time. Having skills in both techniques makes you irreplaceable and helps you know when to move your team forward and when to take time to strategize and regroup.
One bad business interaction can spiral into a day of frustration. This funny quote from a classic Elmore Leonard character will help you recover quickly
Try any of these to increase your happiness levels at home or at work.
The endlessly entrepreneurial Sir Richard Branson serves as curator of words that will move you to more.
How do you motivate a team that doesn't have anything to prove? Steve Kerr just showed us.
A new study of Inc. 5000 companies encourages all kinds of small businesses to increase their ambitions.
Y Combinator's Michael Nielsen uses a grade school tool to powerfully enhance his learning and retention skills.
Founder and CEO of FUBU, Daymond John, explains his pricing strategies across his businesses.
Warren Buffett's Advice for Hiring Based on These 3 Traits Is Brilliant (but Only 1 Trait Really Matters)
It's what holds all three together or everything crumbles.
Even the best job can get old after a while. Try these sure fire ways to re-kindle the romance.
These terms are overused, misused and often abused, so let's stop using them.
Chances are, you may be working for one right now.