Lisa Nichols transformed her life and has made a career out of helping others do the same.
Excellent tips on how to quickly recover from embarassing events.
Canny negotiators know that people respond to anchors. If you tell me that your baseball card is for sale for $18, I’m unlikely to offer you $3.
“Some things in life cannot be fixed. They can only be carried.” Telling someone “everything happens for a reason” just makes their burden that much heavier and their circumstances more devastating. “When a person is devastated by grief, the last… Read More ›
According to Seth Godin, sometimes the best course of action when receiving feedback is to say, “Thanks. Let’s write that down.” Don’t immediately challenge or try to resolve any issues that may be implied in the feedback. Simply seek to… Read More ›
The title itself is intriguing. How can a productive organization function on a four-day work week without bosses or an office? When Cristian Rennella, Co-founder of oMT, launched his tech start-up, he eliminated several tools and techniques that are usually associated with organized efficiency…. Read More ›
Have you ever encountered an employee who appears to have quit but still shows up to work everyday? Well, Madeleine Homan-Blanchard, Coaching and Neuroscience expert, offers the following advice on how to handle such a situation: I think the only thing… Read More ›
When I feel strong emotions, I wonder why. Recently, I’ve started analyzing why complainers annoy me so much. I think there are several reasons, but let’s do a bit of level-setting first. According to a very in-depth Wikipedia article, “Empathy… Read More ›
What causes well-meaning people to make poor decisions? According to Harvard Business review, researchers looked at 360-feedback data from more than 50,000 leaders to find the most common paths that lead to bad decisions. They include: 1. Waiting too long… Read More ›