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People with a healthy ego are adaptable to the changing tides of the business world.
Not the least of which is to consider, from time to time, that you may be out of your mind. Call it mental hygiene.
Once you begin to understand your ego, you can begin to take control of your life.
Ego is most common cause of smart people failing to notice the errors everybody else can see them making.
Author Ryan Holiday explains how you can avoid letting ego sabotage achieving your higher goals.
Because we prize victory so, we are often blind to the fact -- well known to the ancients -- that it can be harder to bear than hardship itself.
Passion, pride and too much talk can get in the way of accomplishing your dreams.
Working in an office filled with self-absorbed, blame-deflecting do-nothings makes you long for when the robots will take over.
The attitude and behavior of only one person in an organization can make a huge difference -- for better or worse.
Innovation's hard. We understand, which is why we decided to help Kanye and share a few tips.
Their fragile egos and overblown sense of self-worth can make them a nightmare, but their drive can make them a dream.
If you want to reach a new rung on the ladder of success, you must let go of the one you are holding onto.
Daniel Lubetzky, the founder of KIND, says that competition is good because it motivates entrepreneurs, but if left unchecked, it can become a hindrance in creating a team.
Zander Woodford-Smith explains how you can turn the ego-driven hyper-hustle into a laser-focused success.