Looking at the periodic table, most of us have no issues identifying the use of certain elements. Sodium, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and others are no-brainers but what about the less talked about elements.
All we can ever hope to do, Sigmund Freud once wrote, is “to change neurotic misery into common unhappiness.” This pessimistic statement from arguably the most influential psychological theorist of modern
Early projections can make all the difference in fantasy football on a week-to-week basis. While others still await Monday Night Football between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers, owners
It also explained its confusing E3 statements on Project Scorpio exclusives. Earlier today I sat down with Aaron Greenberg, Microsoft's head of Xbox games marketing, to talk about Xbox One, Project Scorpio
The best leaders I have witnessed over the years are committed to understanding how to meet the needs of employees from every generation. Have you noticed how drastically different a Millennial needs be
Micromanaging has become a dirty word in the corporate world. It's used by employees to describe overzealous managers, who don't trust them to perform the simplest of tasks without constant intervention.
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Are you busy studying your physical attributes? Can you notice how your emotions form so much of how you present yourself to the world? Are you a harsh judge
How do you define friendship? In a world ruled by social media, where the word "friend" now exists as both a label and a verb, the definitions have become multifaceted...if not downright confusing. That
Imagine you're sitting in a meeting with your colleagues at work, and in walks someone you've never met before. This person says, "Hi, I'm your new leader." What questions immediately come to mind that
There's an email practice in business that has spilled over as a leadership technique. With email, it's often true that, when we don't answer a request we mean it's a no. Our silence is the answer. I this
Do you want to change your personality? If you're like most people, the answer is yes. Psychologists talk about five key personality traits: extraversion (enjoying being with others); conscientiousness;
Quarterback Nick Foles and the Kansas City Chiefs have come to terms on a deal, according to a published report Wednesday night. Foles drew interest from the Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings before