Do you work with people who display emotional intelligence? Better yet, do you display your own emotional intelligence (EQ) when working with others? I've experienced my fair share of conflict and drama
A simple shift in how you think about your goals and resolutions can help you successfully achieve them
• Only 8% of Americans fulfill their New Year's resolutions.• If you turn your resolutions into questions, you can trick your brain into wanting to "solve" your resolution.• Rather than issuing demands
All three of my kids, their friends, and my daughters’ spouses are millennials (roughly those people born between 1981 and 1996). A great many of the employees in our client companies are millennials.
There's no denying it: Emotions are powerful. Think about it. When you're happy, you're confident. You're ready to take on the world; nothing can get in your way. In contrast, sadness or fear can have
Someone once told me that he’s “the kind of guy” who washes his hands with hot water right before meetings to deliver a warm handshake. A self-proclaimed salesman, he was the embodiment of extraversion.
Thousands of spectators cheer as a sense of elation washes over me. I savor the feeling. But then, the image slowly fades away and my true surroundings come into focus. I am lying in a dark room with head
Here's a simple way to test your motivation. What would you do in your job, at your company, or even in life if you could complete a given project and earn an easy $1 million? In other words, how would