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Think of these actions as in-flight work safety habits when you're on the ground. [Read More]
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"Tight, loose, tight" is a powerful guiding framework. [Read More]
Here's how to change that. [Read More]
Executive presence needs to be about how leaders show up to work with others, not how they look and perform as heroic individuals. [Read More]
Even with all of its advantages, inquiry needs to co-exist with advocacy. [Read More]
Whether you're talking to people informally or making a presentation, eye contact helps you increase the impact you make on others. [Read More]
You don't have to master the new behavior instantaneously; however, you do want to feel that your initial efforts are paying off. [Read More]
Human connections with people who are different from you can prompt you to start thinking differently. [Read More]
Emotions ebb and flow, and willpower does, too. It fluctuates, varying from strong to weak based on what you're doing, your motivation about your task... [Read More]
If you get a bad taste in your mouth from misinformation, you shouldn't drink from someone else's font of knowledge. [Read More]
Even if you think you prefer to work alone, eat at your desk, and play video games by yourself, you, along with the rest of... [Read More]
When you follow the platinum rule, you make the effort to customize how you treat people in the manner they would most appreciate. [Read More]
If you have a fixed mindset, you believe your genes determine your smarts. You treat your intelligence as being static. [Read More]
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