It may seem like an inconsequential part of your message, but the closing of your email has an impact on whether you’ll get a response. You undoubtedly spend time drafting the body of your email, but much
Back in 1995, Daniel Goleman published the bestselling book, Emotional Intelligence. It was based on a concept introduced roughly three decades earlier by Michael Beldoch: Emotionally intelligent individuals
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If you call yourself names, doubt your abilities, and second-guess your decisions, you'll harm your performance (and most likely you'll also be risking your physical and psychological health). But the
Credit: Courtesy of Open Road Media By: Daniel O'Connor Have you ever wondered if someone you know could be a psychopath? What if that person lived under your roof? What if he or she was your own child?
By Roberto A. Ferdman Roberto A. Ferdman Bio In the late 1960s, Walter Mischel, a researcher at Stanford University, invited several hundred children to participate in a game in which they were given choice:
Atheism is on the rise around the world, so does that mean spirituality will soon be a thing of the past? Rachel Nuwer discovers that the answer is far from simple. A growing number of people, millions