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There’s a fascinating part of the brain called the reticular activating system that looks for more of whatever it is you’re feeding it. For example, if you buy a grey Honda Odyssey, suddenly you’ll see them everywhere. You’ve had that happen, right? That’s the reticular activating system at work.
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The Value of Emotional Intelligence for Managers and Leaders Research has shown that over 80% of the competencies that differentiate top performers from others are in the domain of EI/EQ, yet the notion of emotions in the workplace is often greatly misunderstood. For...read more
A mom, a daughter, a dog, and a start-up. I've wanted to be 40 since I turned 25. I'm not sure why, but I have. I'm so excited for the years after 40 and feel like the run up to 40 has been a mad, messy dash. And somehow, I knew it would be. After 25 I had a baby...read more
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By: Aubrey Wursten When you are hiring for your company, you need to ask interview questions that will help you to sort the rock star employees from the wanna-be’s. You are trying to assemble Led Zeppelin, not their cover band. Carolyn Sun, research editor for...read more
By Aubrey Wursten If you have ever known anybody who was less than perfectly pleasant, social media expert Drew Hendricks has some advice for dealing with them. His recent piece, “8 Ways Emotionally Intelligent People Deal With Toxic People,” offers tips on navigating...read more
by Aubrey Wursten Sustaining mental health, just like maintaining physical health, requires one vital strategy: prioritizing needs. Just as you might want to do something about your grotesquely broken leg before bothering with that annoying ingrown toenail, you need...read more