INSIGHTS (on leadership/self-leadership) Everyone, including you, has a superpower, a super strength you can apply with fervor, like a superhero, to do good in the … [Read more...]
Issue #5: On Usefulness, Multi-tasking, and More
INSIGHTS (on leadership/self-leadership) • In your quest for happiness at work/in life, try aiming for something else that yields happiness as a side effect, and a deeper … [Read more...]
Psychology Says This Surprising Reason May Be Why You’re So Exhausted at Work
The good news is you can do something about it.
“Exhaustion” has got to be one of Webster Dictionary’s words of the year so far. Endless Zoom calls, working from home now redefined as “working more, from home,” wondering if your … [Read more...]
If You Answer Yes to This 1 Question, You’re Unintentionally Holding Yourself Back From Success
This profound question can unveil more than you think and spur change greater than you'd imagine.
Here's a truth: Many of us don't really notice our life has gotten off track until it's off track. It can happen to business owners, corporate citizens, … [Read more...]
Highly Confident People Avoid These 14 Behaviors
Those who are certain of themselves tend to avoid these actions
An organization is never more confident than its leader, which accentuates the importance for leaders to display unswerving confidence in themselves, their … [Read more...]
Empathy is the Key to Emotional Intelligence– And Here’s the Key to Empathy
Emotional intelligence is a red-hot skill to build, and this one form is like rocket fuel for your leadership prowess
There are plenty of ways to lead from the heart and showcase your emotional intelligence (or not–I’m eyeballing you, Capitol Hill). There are just as many excuses for not … [Read more...]
Want Help Achieving Your Potential? Try These 40 Inspirational Quotes Hand-Picked by Richard Branson
The endlessly entrepreneurial Sir Richard Branson serves as curator of words that will move you to more.
Elon Musk is a media darling for having vision and achieving crazy things. Jeff Bezos has more than his share of bold ideas and Mark Zuckerberg is no slouch in focusing on big … [Read more...]
A Famous Chef Asked for Michelin Guide to Exclude Him. Here’s What It Teaches Us About Rating Employees
A stand-out chef stood up and said "Enough!" to the industry standard numerical performance measurement system. Here's why you should be wary of the same.
In the culinary world, getting a three-star Michelin rating is the equivalent of winning a gold medal in the Olympics (or getting all four chairs to turn around in The Voice I … [Read more...]
The World’s Best-Performing CEO Has an Emotionally Intelligent Style (There’s a Connection Here)
Learn to emulate Pablo Isla's defining leadership trait.
Harvard Business Review recently issued its 2017 "Best Performing CEOs in the World" list. Rankings of the best CEOs are created based on a bevy of financial, environmental, … [Read more...]
3 Ways to Persevere–Like the First U.S. Woman in 40 Years to Win the NYC Marathon Did
Shalane Flanagan won Sunday's momentous event fueled by desire and propped up by perseverance. You can demonstrate Olympian grit too with three tips.
When 36-year-old Shalane Flanagan victoriously persevered to cross the finish line in Sunday's New York City marathon, a minute ahead of her nearest competitor … [Read more...]