Even smart people can make terrible decisions. Generally, it's not because they spent time deliberating and somehow arrived at the wrong answer. It's because they didn't spend any time thinking at all.
Robert K. Greenleaf, the founder of the modern servant-leadership movement, once said: "Don't assume, because you are intelligent, able, and well-motivated, that you are open to communication, that you
We asked doctors how to feel better after sitting all day! Whether daily life includes sitting all day at the office or running around chasing after kids, many people suffer from low back pain and poor
Let's get the disclaimer out of the way first: All-nighters are terrible for you. The sleep deprivation they require is liable to make you irritable, impair your thinking, and diminish your productivity
Remember your new year’s resolutions? Are you still doing them? If the answer is “no,” most likely you fell into the trap that stops most individuals from accomplishing their resolutions: not consciously
Not everyone has the ability to walk into any room, job interview, dinner party or public gathering and "own it." If you struggle in social situations, here are 20 tips to help you become a more confident
Finally, a really good reason to stay in bed longer in the morning. There's a legit reason to hit snooze and stay in bed a bit longer: Stretching there can make mornings less painful by gently waking your
It was almost 4 pm on a Monday afternoon when I found myself screaming inside my car. I was on my way to an OrangeTheory Fitness class, and I really wanted to get there in time to pick my favorite treadmill.
The sun is up and your alarm has started blaring; you reflexively hit the snooze button, trying to steal some shuteye. By the time you’re up, you realize that you’re going to be late (again)! So you scramble
Waste not, want not. We make so many purchases that we don't always realize what we are buying. If we take a step back and think about all of our additional costs, we could cut a few out of our lives.
Leaders continue to be too comfortable with being comfortable. During times of tremendous change and transformation, they should make risk their best friend for their people and organizations to evolve.
According to science, if you want to actually keep your New Year's resolution, it's better to start it February first. Why? Because the hubbub of celebrations and back-to-work chaos in January often gets