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When to Turn Down a Promising Job Candidate

The most enjoyable person you ever interviewed is not necessarily the most enjoyable person to employ.

John Rampton

· 5 min read

To Dominate Your Industry Make Everything You Do 'World Class'

Doing even the small stuff well is what leads to success.

Robert Glazer

· 5 min read

Success Begins With Cultivating the Right Attitude

People want to do business with the person grateful they have a lot of work, not the one complaining about being overworked.

Timothy Sykes

· 4 min read

18 Ways to Showcase Your Intelligence

Geniuses can afford to be eccentric, but the merely smart need to look like they are.

Deep Patel

· 8 min read

Learn How to Dress to Impress From This Men's Style Expert With Over 1 Million YouTube Followers

How you dress in a professional setting goes a long way in how others perceive you.

Carlos Gil

· 3 min read

4 Ways to Develop the People Skills You Need to Grow Your Business

Small, everyday gestures of goodwill have miraculous power.

Levi King

· 5 min read

How to Build Your Confidence and Create the Reputation You Want

Here are some quick tips to give your confidence a boost.

Lewis Howes

· 1 min read

How to Create a Strong First Impression as a Leader

Lead with authenticity, and these tips will help you communicate the rest to make the best first impression as a leader.

Sarah Landrum

· 5 min read

5 Ways to Overcome the 'Beauty Bias' That Can Hold Your Career Back

How to give yourself every advantage when something like your weight can impact your earnings by nearly $400,000.

Nina Zipkin

· 9 min read

The Science of the First Impression: 5 Elements of a Great First Impression

The first impression informs how you're thought of well beyond the first moment, so get it right.

Carolyn Sun

· 8 min read

Cultivate Punctuality to Help You Stand Out Among Coworkers

The longer people wait for you to arrive, the harder it is for you to make a good impression when you do.

John Boitnott

· 5 min read