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The 1 Toxic Personality Trait No Business Should Tolerate | Inc.com

Passive-aggressive behavior is toxic just about any way you slice it. By definition, people use it to express a variety of negative emotions without being direct. For example, a passive-aggressive person might say "I'm not mad" when they clearly are, purposely procrastinate on stuff they said …

Self-help

Steve Jobs's 1 Simple Habit to Boost Happiness, Productivity, and Creativity | Inc.com

More than 2,400 years ago, Hippocrates stated, "walking is man's best medicine." While this was shared from a health perspective, walking being your best medicine encompasses all aspects of your life. Steve Jobs was notorious for taking walking meetings along with Mark Zuckerberg.<p>Besides those two …

Immune System

Debt levels are now back where they were when Jim Cramer had his prophetic TV meltdown 10 years ago

Almost a decade ago, former hedge fund manager Jim Cramer went on CNBC to talk about how the market had reacted to Bear Stearns' insistence that the investment bank was <i>not</i> in trouble.<p>Everyone who saw it remembers what happened next: One of the greatest TV meltdowns of all time.<p>In the moment, Cramer …

6 Ways to Be More Persuasive at Work | Inc.com

Whether you're trying to win new business or convince a colleague that your solution to an issue is the way forward, persuasiveness is a vital tactic to hone in order to get ahead. But to truly be successful, you need to master the counterintuitive approach of putting aside your own needs first, …

Want to Be a Great CEO? Be a Great Product Manager First | Inc.com

There are many paths to becoming a CEO, some more beneficial than others. After all, getting there is important, but once you are in charge, <i>what</i> you do -- and <i>how</i> you do it -- is what matters the most.<p>One guy who knows is Gregg Johnson, the CEO of Invoca, the call intelligence company (they capture …

Leadership

11 apps to help you organize your messy life

If adulting is becoming a little too hard, look no further than your smartphone to get your life together. With countless apps available, users can …

The stale air in your office building is affecting your performance

Dear Reader, I write this story on top of and next to indoor chemical contaminants that are slowly killing office workers across America.<p>These …

Want a Happier Workplace? Studies Say the Best Companies Do These 5 Things Every Single Day | Inc.com

Making happy workplaces and happy employees sounds so ... what's the word ... Disney-like. In the results-oriented, bottom-line business world, does happiness really fit in, or is this the stuff of Tinker Bell, Cinderella, and Lightning McQueen?<p>Well, what if I told you that the happier your …

Employee Engagement

The Food Lab: We Should All Eat More Crepes, Starting Now

More<p>Breakfast<p>Everything you need to make the most important meal of the day delicious.<p>Pancakes are simple. They're diner food. They're what you make on a Sunday morning with the kids. <i>Crepes</i> are fancy. They're French-bistro food. They're what you make once a week after your Parisian vacation because …

Warning Signs a Stock Might Be Trading in Dangerous Territory

How to Tell When a Stock Is Overvalued<p>Warning Signs a Stock Might Be Trading in Dangerous Territory<p>Updated April 04, 2018<p>Many investors have asked …

Here’s why your gut instinct is wrong at work — and how to know when it isn’t

<b>(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)</b><p>Research shows that employers unfortunately trust their guts when making decisions based on candidate interviews<p>Gleb Tsipursky<p>March 14, 2017 8:45pm (UTC)<p>This article was originally published on The Conversation.<p>Let’s say you’re interviewing a new applicant for a job and …

When Joking with Your Employees Leads to Bad Behavior

A workplace filled with laughter is generally assumed to be a good thing. Several studies have found that good humor doesn’t just make people feel better, or make the work day seem to go faster; it actually delivers bottom line benefits. Employees who laugh together have been shown to be more …

Why Powerful People Only Make Important Decisions in the Morning (and You Should Too) | Inc.com

Picture the last time you had an important decision to make. When did you make it? At night? In the morning? Midday?<p>Is there a best time to make important decisions?<p>What if you are a night owl? A morning person? Does it vary from person to person?<p>Researchers in Argentina sought to find the answer …

Study Skills

11 Lifestyle Changes You Need to Adopt If You Want to Be Rich

Cut unnecessary expenses, save aggressively and visualize how you'll get there. But don't forget to invest in yourself and in relationships with other successful people.<p>Author of A Paperboy's Fable: The 11 Principles of Success<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>There’s a …

3 Strategies for Projecting Success and Confidence as a Leader

Develop the heart of a servant but the confidence of the well-prepared.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>An old friend called me yesterday. We hadn't spoken in a while, and when I asked him about his job, he said, “I can’t believe the idiots I have to put up with at the …

The Simple Truth That Warren Buffett Won't Tell: Invest In Growth Leaders

I’ve been aping the wisdom of John Bogle for years — telling anyone who wants to know that your best bet is to invest regularly in a low-cost S&P 500 index fund.<p>Warren Buffett — who has reached the pinnacle of wealth — has done so by investing in individual stocks. So can we believe what he tells …

Investing

Why Some Startups Succeed (and Why Most Fail)

There is a consistent set of factors that lead to startup success and failure.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Over the last two decades of building and running businesses, and the last couple of years working full time with dozens of startup founders and CEOs on their …

The Simple Formula to Improving Your Performance (in Anything) | Inc.com

We are all in search of secrets for the fountain of youth. Whether it's through the $3 billion cosmetic surgery industry, or through the $30 billion fitness industry, we are all seeking hacks that will give us a competitive edge physically, mentally, and intellectually.<p>What if you could simply …

Self-improvement

4 Actionable Strategies to Push Through Your Afternoon Slump | Inc.com

It's 2:30 in the afternoon, and you're sitting with a blank stare fixed on your computer screen. You had a productive morning, but now you've hit a wall. The thought of even answering an email seems like too much to bear.<p>Yes, you've officially arrived at your afternoon slump. It happens to the best …

If You Want to Motivate Employees, Stop Trusting Your Instincts

Few topics have received more attention in talent management than motivation, defined as the deliberate attempt to influence employees’ behaviors with the goal of enhancing their performance, and in turn their organizational effectiveness. Indeed, other than talent, motivation is the key driver of …

7 Simple Things Successful People Do Every Night | Inc.com

How you spend your night can have a huge impact on the day that follows. Do you spend your time ruminating over issues? Or maybe you stress over something that didn't quite go right during the day. There's no doubt: How you think affects how you feel. This is particularly important at night, as you …

Success

The Traits of Leaders Who Do Things Fast and Well

An exceptional leader we know would occasionally get a question from his direct reports in a variety of forms but with the common message, “Do you want this done fast or right?” His answer was always the same: “Yes!” He chose not to compromise on either dimension. For this leader and for most …

The swing of financial markets after Donald Trump’s victory is a strong indicator of what’s to come

Global financial markets plunged—and then recovered—as Donald Trump won the US presidential election.<p>The Standard & Poor’s 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were up about half a percent around noon as investors more calmly absorbed the election results following a night of panic. Futures on …

Forget relaxing - use your stress to become a high achiever

Take a slow deep breath, puff out your chest like Superman and read this story. It might just save your life.<p>For one of Europe’s most eminent neuroscientists has devised a simple, four-point plan for channelling stress and turning it to one’s advantage.<p>Professor Ian Robertson’s “four-step brain …

10 Reasons to Buy Amazon.com, Inc. Stock and Never Sell

Image source: Jurgen Appelo, via Flickr.<p>We talk a good game about buy-and-hold investing here at The Motley Fool. But the truth is, we don't always live up to that mantra in the real world. For instance, I bought shares of <b>Alphabet</b> (back when it was Google) at just $150 per share. If I'd held those …

6 Incredibly Cheap High-Yield Dividend Stocks

Image source: Getty Images.<p>Buying a stock with an impressive dividend yield doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. These six stocks, for example, offer investors big dividend checks without breaking the bank. Keep in mind though, that high dividend yields are often accompanied by high risk. …

Yes, There Is a Key to Happiness (and It's Actually Pretty Simple) | Inc.com

As a species, humans are pretty dissatisfied with ourselves, and nowhere is this more true than in America. Each year, 45 percent of us make New Year's resolutions. We spend some $549 million on self-help books, according to research by Marketdata Enterprises.<p>Millions chase the ideologies of the …

Happiness

How to do the most work in the shortest time

We are designed by evolution to be busy. That’s OK for the caveman, who needs to feed himself; not OK for you in the 21st-century when you have to deal with an ever-growing range of tempting distractions. Which is why it is so baffling that Paris has been identified as the city with the shortest …

Time Management

Pineapple Cucumber Detox Water Recipe - Quiet Corner

This delicious Pineapple Water with Cucumber recipe will naturally boost your metabolism and reduce bloat! It’s a great drink to start your day with, …

5 Motivating Truths Successful People Live By

For many success stories, it's all in the mindset: staying dedicated, keeping focused, and not allowing doubt and fear to be greater than your sense of conviction. But in the age of the start-up with so many people starting businesses, it can be hard to stay confident on your path.<p>The bottom line …