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10 Ways to Become a Super-Likable Person

Everybody likes a person who listens compassionately and speaks with honesty.

Deep Patel

11 Habits of Mentally Strong People

Mental strength is a choice and a discipline, not an innate quality bestowed upon the lucky.

5 Reasons You Need Emotionally Intelligent Employees (and How to Find Them)

A manager's ability to identify and manage personal emotions and the emotions of others can have a surprisingly powerful impact on your company's overall performance.

7 Science-Backed Strategies for Dealing With Angry Customers

De-escalating a tense situation starts with understanding your own emotions and how to maintain an inner calm.

Tobi Abdulgafar

7 Reasons Spirituality Is Integral to an Emotionally Wealthy Life

Community and a larger purpose attached to work energizes us and add deeper meaning to success.

Travis Kalanick's 'Profound Apology' Is a Cautionary Lesson for Young Founders

The Uber CEO's public angst about berating a driver and confronting sexual harassment allegations reveals the need to grow in personal skills as well as business skills.

8 Reasons Married Entrepreneurs Are More Likely to Succeed

A stable, loving home life is a priceless refuge when you're trying to navigate a business world that is neither.

John Rampton

3 Powerful Tips to Improve Your Emotional and Mental Fitness

How well can your business do if your relationships and your inner dialogue are out of balance?

Julian Hayes II

11 Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence

These are the behaviors that you want to eliminate from your repertoire.

4 Ways to Overcome Grief Without Neglecting Your Business

Even if your social life isn't tied to your business life, personal troubles can still affect your leadership abilities.

David Osborn

7 Things Grandpa Joe Taught My Brother and Me About Entrepreneurship

The example and wisdom of a revered elder has reverberated in the lives of his two entrepreneurial grandsons.

Adam Toren

The Benefits of Crying at Work

Tears often accompany an earnest show of emotion. It feels risky but is really very healthy.