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Follow This "Golden Rule" To Raise Kind, Confident, Children

If you want to raise a kind, confident child, you may want to look in the mirror first. At least, that's according to Sid Garza-Hillman, nutritionist …

3 Killer Persuasion Techniques You Can Learn From Billionaire Warren Buffett | Inc.com

If you want to persuade others, there are endless tips and tricks available. Most of them tell you how to package your argument to make it as convincing as possible, but according to psychologist Robert Cialdini, even if you heed every bit of advice out there on the topic, you've still ignored the …

Self-improvement

Sharing These 20 Truths with Your Child Could Change Their Life

<i>“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”<br>― Margaret Mead</i>Our children grow up so fast. Before we know it they’re out there somewhere …

Parenting

Talent Is Overrated: Top 10 Habits Of Mentally Tough People

People with limitless determination always have enough talent to succeed.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Regardless if you’re an entrepreneur, athlete, coach, artist or politician, we all must overcome hurdles and setbacks at some point in our lives. These challenges …

Self-improvement

How to Criticize Anyone (Yes, Even Your Boss) and Maintain Your Relationship | Inc.com

Management expert Ken Blanchard coined the phrase, "Feedback is the breakfast of champions," for good reason. Feedback is a two-way street. We all need it, yet your delivery can make or break a relationship.<p>When under pressure, most people tend to lack the confidence and competence to interact with …

InterAct

Science Says Parents of the Most Successful Kids Do These 10 Things | Inc.com

We all want to lead happy, successful lives. But for parents, there's a time when your priorities shift a bit, and your most important goals start to involve setting your kids up for success and happiness in their own lives.<p>Parental priorities aren't the only factor, of course. There are plenty of …

Self-improvement

10 Books Every Leader Should Read to Be Successful

Reading is the only proven shortcut to success.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p><i>This article is included in</i> Entrepreneur Voices on Effective Leadership<i>, a new book containing insights from more than 20 contributors, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders.</i><p>One of the best ways …

Self-improvement

17 interview questions that are designed to trick you

One way they do this is by asking seemingly simple questions that get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal; queries that …

Kill the Workplace Pettiness

Every workplace, unfortunately, has workplace pettiness - even virtual ones.<p>Pettiness is unavoidable whether it is minor or full-blown out of control. It affects small and large companies alike. Pettiness usually stems from feelings - feelings of being treated unfairly, favoritism, or just plain …

Employee Engagement

10 Things Great Bosses Do Every Day

We've all heard the adage, "People don't leave bad jobs; they leave bad bosses." It makes great fodder for after-work gripe sessions, but is there really any data to back the claim up? As it turns out, there's a ton.<p>In one study, 61 percent of those working for bad bosses said they were looking for …

Employment

Want to Raise Successful Daughters? Help Them Destroy This Crippling Source of Self-Doubt | Inc.com

Of course girls can be smart! But they can't be "really, really smart"--the way boys can be--right?<p>It probably bothers you to read that, and it should. For one thing, it's obviously not true. Unfortunately, it's also what new research suggests most American girls learn to believe----starting as …

Self-improvement

These 8 Toys Can Make Your Kids Smarter

As schools (and the Department of Education) encourage children to pursue in science, technology, engineering and math, the toy industry has been …

Kids

How to Raise a Self-Confident Girl

A ten-year-old girl sits in my office, her gaze averted. She tells me that she’s worried because she “froze” and couldn’t remember anything on her …

7 Science-Backed Hacks for Nailing Your Next Job Interview

You've prepared a killer resume, written out your talking points, and even planned the perfect outfit. But experts say the key to really nailing a job interview is getting yourself in the right frame of mind both before and during the meeting. Just ask Susan Krauss Whitbourne, a professor of …

Employment

Hire for Passion, Train for Skills

Then…– <b>Listen to them</b>, and make sure you take actions that let them know you are listening. Every human being needs to feel that their contributions …

The Workplace

5 Tips For Providing Feedback To Creatives (Without Making Them Feel Criticized) | Inc.com

Giving feedback to creative individuals is difficult. I would know. I spent 4 years working at a creative digital marketing agency, and I played both roles: the account handler responsible for communicating with the client, and the creative individual you wanted to retain some semblance of creative …

Creativity
Leadership
Michael Jordan

Follow the 10% Rule When Creating Systems for Your Work

Planning is important, but sometimes we get so caught up in organizing a plan to reach our goals and get stuff done that we procrastinate reaching …

Answer the “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question With This Formula

Job interviews can be awkward, especially with open-ended questions like, “So, tell me about yourself.” Where do you start? What do they want to …

Employment

I let my kids take their own decisions: Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshan may be a hands-on father, but the actor says when it comes to deciding things for his kids he lets them take their own call.<p>The …

Parents Say They Value Kindness, But Kids Are Getting the Opposite Message

Leading child development experts, such as those at the Making Caring Common Project at Harvard are worried that kids aren’t growing up in a culture …

Kids

Older Siblings Are Smarter, But You Can Blame Your Parents For That One

Why is it their fault?<p>A new study found that first-born children tend to have superior thinking skills. They are also richer, better educated, and …

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