Why do people applaud the idea “just be yourself?” In reality, we need to consistently strive to be better then ourselves. Does this make us inauthentic
This article was originally published on lifehack.org. On the infinite list of traits that make people successful leaders, there’s one that is too often
Did you know George Washington was not really the first President? This widely-held belief has been propagated for over two centuries. So how does a historical
Author’s Note: This article is not an endorsement of Donald Trump, nor does it condone, justify, or defend anything he has said or done.
On your ascend towards the upper echelon of management, there is an X-factor that is rarely discussed, but vitally important—your people skills.
When you think of the Peanuts’ gang, who is the leader? If your initial answer is Charlie Brown, I respectfully disagree. Charlie may be at the center
When’s the last time you considered how your behavior is perceived? Do the discrepancies between your actions and intents send mixed messages?
I have been an avid fan of David Letterman since the age when I was far too young to be watching late night television. My parent’s irresponsible child-rearing
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