After studying over a million people, my company found that top performers share this difficult skill — here's how you can
TalentSmart has tested more than a million people and found that the upper echelons of top performance are filled with people who are high in emotional intelligence (90% of top performers, to be exact).
The perpetual contest between weariness and perseverance is familiar to every athlete, and every saint. You're going to get tired. You're going to get discouraged. You may faint and fall. But keep your
One key to being a good boss is figuring out what type of leader you are, then adjusting your strengths and weaknesses to help the team. People don’t quit jobs; they quit bosses. So when you’re the leader,
Everybody judges. Within a few seconds of seeing someone--whether on a date or at the grocery store--we decide on numerous things about them, from how smart they are to how likely they are to commit a
We’re all excellent storytellers, especially when it comes to spinning a tale about why we failed. Here’s how to stop doing that. Sometimes, when it comes to achievement, our biggest enemy is ourselves.
Back when I was doing the corporate grind, Bruce was the first boss (and my favorite to this day) that exposed me to the very practice of "Servant Leadership." That's how he led, and a decade later, I
Every one of us make dozens, if not hundreds of small to big decisions on a daily basis. Some don’t impact our lives at all, while some can change the outcome of our entire lives. We just launched PluggedIt's
Take notes. Janice Bryant Howroyd left her North Carolina hometown in 1976 with $900 in her pocket to start a business that would help others find employment. Two years later, she launched Act1, an international
You are either asking, "Who the hell is Carl Jung, and what's the big deal on one sentence?" Or: "Who the hell do you think you are, buckeroo, to decide Jung's best thought?" Let's get to the grandfather