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9 Reasons Your Employees Secretly Hate You | Inc.com

Leaders with high EQ perform better. That's been verified by research out of Yale that found being more emotionally attuned helps leaders make better decisions. Another study showed that higher EQ was also equated with higher earnings.<p>Look at these findings are you'd think that most people rising …

Emotional Intelligence

No One Told You the Book List for Improving Leadership Skills? I Will

Get ahead as a leader with these 8 books. You will be inspired by history's great leaders and get the latest research based leadership hacks.

Money Secrets From Tony Robbins

With a net worth of $480 million, clearly the self-help coach is doing something right.<p>Tony Robbins is a magnetic life coach who has used his unique …

13 steps anyone can take to get rich, according to a journalist who spent his career studying millionaires

Prompted by legendary businessman Andrew Carnegie, who turned a few nickels and dimes into a fortune, journalist Napoleon Hill researched more than 500 self-made millionaires over 20 years before releasing his 1937 best-seller "Think and Grow Rich."<p>"It was Mr. Carnegie's idea that the magic …

Self-improvement

Buy A Rental Property To Pay For College: Save On Taxes And Tuition With No Room And Board

With the cost of the priciest colleges now over $65,000 a year, and room and board costs increasing faster than tuition at many colleges, buying a rental property for your child and a couple of good roommates to live in can be a savvy college funding, tax and retirement move.<p>You can pick up all of …

Real Estate

Some People Mourn "The Old New Orleans" — But Not The City's Mayor

“We stopped ourselves from going over a cliff.” Since Hurricane Katrina destroyed parts of New Orleans 10 years ago, the city has changed in big, gentrifying ways. And Mayor Mitch Landrieu, for one, is proud of it.<p>NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu hopes next month’s 10-year Katrina …

New Orleans

This map shows the US really has 11 separate 'nations' with entirely different cultures

In his fourth book, "American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures in North America," award-winning author Colin Woodard identifies 11 distinct cultures that have historically divided the US.<p>"The country has been arguing about a lot of fundamental things lately including state …

Stephen Baxter interview: why science fiction is like therapy

In the summer of 2013, Stephen Baxter and Terry Pratchett published <i>The Long War</i>, the second volume of their Long Earth science-fiction series, about parallel worlds that can be “stepped” into. By the end of that year, the two authors – both prolific by any standards – had completed drafts of the …

Science Fiction

Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, reviewed.

Ta-Nehisi Coates’ <i>Between the World and Me</i> checks in at a trim 152 pages but lands like a major work, a book destined to remain on store shelves, …

How can we fix unconscious racism?

Racial prejudice has its roots in children’s natural drive to carve the world up into categories. Can research do anything to fix this?<p>Racist stereotypes, at their root, come from quite a fundamental learning mechanism. Humans are able to learn and adapt so quickly because they are excellent at …

Psychology