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Hand Gestures Say A Lot About Your Intelligence

Over the past few years, while working on my forthcoming book Brilliant, I’ve been watching and taking note as a new conceptualization of intelligence takes shape in the social and biological sciences. This conceptualization involves many lines of inquiry that can be loosely grouped under the title situated cognition: the idea that thinking doesn’t happen in some abstract, disembodied space, ... Read More »

The 7 Cs of Communication – A Checklist for Clear Communication

Think of how often you communicate with people during your day. You write emails, facilitate meetings, participate in conference calls, create reports, devise presentations, debate with your colleagues… the list goes on. We can spend almost our entire day communicating. So, how can we provide a huge boost to our productivity? We can make sure that we communicate in the clearest, most effective ... Read More »

10 Proven Digital Marketing Ideas for Startups

A new business needs all of the marketing help it can get. Using digital tools to enhance marketing strategies is an excellent way to get your new business recognized. Building a brand is the first step. Getting the brand, as well as your name and reputation out there is what will make your start up business a success.   Read More »

The Psychology of Color in Marketing and Branding

The psychology of color as it relates to persuasion is one of the most interesting–and most controversial–aspects of marketing. The reason: Most of today’s conversations on colors and persuasion consist of hunches, anecdotal evidence and advertisers blowing smoke about “colors and the mind.” To alleviate this trend and give proper treatment to a truly fascinating element of human behavior, today we’re ... Read More »

15 Things Successful People Do On Monday Mornings

One thing successful people do Monday morning: They wake up early and exercise. Monday mornings are the most critical time of the workweek — they set the stage for the day and week ahead. “Because you’ve stepped away for a couple days, these back-to-work mornings are the most memorable for the rest of the week,” says Lynn Taylor, a national workplace ... Read More »

Workplace Productivity Peaks On Tuesday

Have a challenging project to tackle? Take it up on Tuesday, a new survey from Accountemps suggests. Thirty-nine percent of human resources (HR) managers interviewed rank Tuesday as the most productive day of the week. Thursday and Friday tied for the least productive day, each receiving just 3 percent of the response. Read More »

The 4 Factors to Making the Best Decisions for You

When we’re just starting out, we’re thirsty for advice. How else can we be sure we’re making the right decisions? It’s in our best interest to seek out advice — lots of it. But there comes a time when you have to start relying on yourself for guidance. The problem is, there will always be another book you could benefit ... Read More »

Why Some People Get Depressed And Others Get Resilient

New research in mice show certain neurons in the brain may determine whether someone is depressed or resilient Some people thrive under stress and tight deadlines, and others become crippled with defeat. A team of scientists looked to mice to find biological answers for these different responses and found the reason my lie deep in the brain. The area of ... Read More »

How to Handle Criticism

How do you react to criticism? For many of us, our first reaction is often one of anger. After all, nobody enjoys being told they haven’t done well, and some of us go out of our way to avoid any kind of negative feedback! When you come to it with an open mind, however, you can use criticism to help you grow ... Read More »

What do you call a tough female boss? (Answer: boss)

Women at the top face a double bind: be tough and get called bitchy or be soft and accused of being weak Look, I’ve been thinking about this a lot and I’ve decided there’s only one thing for it: we’re going to have to invent a new language. We need a subsidiary language, an offshore language, if you will, to ... Read More »