INSIGHTS (on leadership/self-leadership) What if you truly believed that your best work is still ahead of you? It would alter how you think and act. It’d be easier to … [Read more...]
I Took This Emotional Intelligence Test – Here’s What I Learned About EQ (And What You Can Too)
Emotional intelligence as a leadership skill is only growing in importance. Here's how to grow yours.
We’ve now all heard enough about emotional intelligence that we know it must be part of our repertoire as a leader, co-worker, parent, and friend. But emotional … [Read more...]
The 100 Billionaire Club Just Got Its Third Member, Joining Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. He Credits 1 Thing for His Success
The world's third-richest man has earned and learned a lot in his lifetime
The world just welcomed its third person with a $100 billion net worth. Bloomberg reported that chairman and CEO of the world's largest luxury company LVMH, Bernard … [Read more...]
Google Can Spot Its Highest-Empathy Leaders In 5 Minutes With These 16 Questions
The search giant doesn't have to search hard for high-empathy leaders when armed with these questions.
Google has perfected the use of data to help illuminate people dynamics. It tried to prove managers don't matter and instead found 10 traits of the very best ones. It … [Read more...]
This 30-Year Study Shows Children Who Don’t Learn to Focus May Make Less Money as an Adult
It's a trait you can help them develop--in three powerful ways
That old saying that the teacher knows best may be even truer than you thought. A fascinating study from the University of Montreal published June 19, 2019 in the medical … [Read more...]
7 Questions to Ask Yourself to Become a Better Leader
When is the last time you assessed your leadership skills?
Any truly great leader will tell you that leadership involves the head and the heart. You can be the smartest person in the room every time, but if you don't know how to … [Read more...]
Want to Lower Your Stress at Work (and in Life)? Practice These 5 Forms of Forgiveness
Carve out just 10 minutes in your daily To-Do List and you'll practically float given your lighter load.
There are some things you should hold on to, like your online banking password, a rookie Babe Ruth baseball card, or Amazon stock (which I sold 20 years ago at a whopping … [Read more...]
The Most Popular Course in Yale History is On How to Live A Happier Life (Here’s What You Learn)
News flash–adult life is filled with unhappiness traps and the search for keys to happiness (or even a good happiness hack to help us get by). It … [Read more...]
Highly Intelligent People Avoid Making Bad Decisions By Doing 6 Things, According to Psychology
High IQ and EQ leaders don't let themselves get caught in these six traps that lead to poor choices
Decisions, decisions. You make them all day long, big and small. It's hard enough to make the right call when you have the time, support, and resources you need, … [Read more...]
A 10-Year CEO Study Shows the Single Most Important Behavior of the Most Successful Leaders
Exhibiting this one behavior makes you an astonishing twelve times more likely to be a high-performing CEO
Ten-year CEO studies conducted by a team of psychologists, economists, statisticians, and data scientists don’t come along every day (but still more offers for a 0 percent APR … [Read more...]