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Human Nature: Not as Bad as We Think We Are

"People collaborated to survive. Groups appointed leaders because they had useful skills, ...

How to Develop a Sleep Routine That Works – Mind Tools Minutes Video

It’s 1 a.m. My eyes track lazily across my phone screen as I hop from articles about the...

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Being Shy – and Still Connecting

"The presence of shyness shows that we're connected." –Melanie Bell...

Do You Work for an Ethical Business?

Many of us are scrutinizing our habits to try to live more ethically, and it isn't just our personal lives that are being evaluated under an...

Exaggeration: Lying or Not? – #MTtalk Roundup

"Exaggeration? I don't mind some theatrics, but I do mind if people use it to manipulate." - Zala Bricelj...

Good Character in Business: My Interview With Fred Kiel

"Leaders of good character keep their promises... and treat you as a human being and not as an object."...

Using SMART Goals to Re-Energize Yourself

Goals are a great way to measure progress, define priorities, and expand a knowledge area or skill you're passionate about. But it’s so ea...

Observation, Judgment and Feedback – #MTtalk Roundup

“I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive w...

What Would Michael Porter Say – Be the Best or Be Unique?

"People in the performing arts don’t reach the top of the tree by crushing the opposition. They do it by being creative," - Steven Edwards...

Beating Loneliness With Fika: Sweden’s Fix for Happier Workforces

Loneliness is a companion that many of us have become all too familiar with over the past couple of years. But one country that seems to hav...