How to weave a web to improve your agility

Human connections with people who are different from you can prompt you to start thinking differently. How do you make those connections to improve your thinking and working agility? Check out this post, How to weave a web to improve your agility, published by...

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Why some privileged males deserve to be in the doghouse

Welcome to the Chinese Year of the Earth Dog! Earth dogs are communicative, serious, and responsible, especially around work. However, some alpha males, especially the human kind, seem to take their responsibilities and powerful positions so seriously that they...

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Why you need to pay attention to “when”

“I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing,” Daniel Pink writes poignantly at the end of his new bestseller, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. In his engaging, easy-to-read, evidence-based book, Dan shares what...

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How to re-establish trust with these 3 actions

How low can we go? The recently-released 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer documented a record-breaking one-year drop in trust in institutions in the United States. If you’ve been following the national news this past year, you won’t be shocked that the government’s scores...

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How to use willpower in a better way

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 at hand, and your overall mood. See the entire post, How to use willpower in a better way, published by Forbes.com on...

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How to make good decisions feel like rewards

During his daily walks, my 2-year-old dog Marcel constantly scans the sidewalks, streets, parks, and playgrounds looking for treasures, either to eat or take home as trophies. When he finds meaningful keepsakes, such as squeaky balls and leather gloves, he snatches...

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How to make your words feel inspiring, not intimidating

Like nature, our language is always in flux. Individuals are always inventing new words or phrases such as hive mind. Or, they’re using them in new ways, such as tweet. Words matter bigly. And as we’ve learned from the relatively new field of social neuroscience,...

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How to use #metoo to shift the culture for good

“Don’t get involved with ball players. You’re already on a good path for your future and you can make it better.” That’s the first career advice I ever remember receiving. I was 13 years old working my first job. I had convinced the Tulsa Oilers, a minor league...

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Don’t make resolutions, build habits instead

With resolutions, your good intentions fizzle out, as it’s too hard to turn your visions into daily actions. But habits are a different story. Read the full post, Don't make resolutions, build habits instead, published by Forbes.com on December 19,...

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