News and Articles About Personality
Can't name any introverted entrepreneurs? How about Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and Charles Schwab?
The co-founder of 'Life is Good' shares how the right attitude helped him find success.
A researcher makes the case that for many of us, neuroticism and creativity are two sides of the same coin.
In all of the doing of modern life, it's a wonder we don't question what we are being.
Those in relationships generally report being happier than those who are single, but that's not the case for everyone.
Kindness is not a weakness. In fact, kindness is one of the greatest strengths any individual can possess.
Pessimism is trouble because it's bad for your health and your performance. Here's how to avoid it.
Extroverts tend to make more money than introverts, while imaginative intuitive thinkers are more likely to be entrepreneurs than their realistic sensor counterparts, a study shows.
You are never really powerless. You always have options.
Not listening to your parents may be profitable, research shows.
Some people, regardless of what they lack -- money, looks, or social connections -- always radiate with energy and confidence.
Building a business is more than creating a new product -- it's about building relationships.
There's one thing you can do that will rally your customers, colleagues and even competitors.
There's a fine line between being aggressive and being a jerk. Taffer says he blurs this line by design.