Humility

15 Mistakes Successful Leaders Know to Avoid

Leaders who affirm their team's strengths and potential are rewarded with high performance and overall success.

Deep Patel

· 8 min read

16 Characteristics of Critical Thinkers

Intuition is trustworthy after you have probed deeper to gain information and insight.

Deep Patel

· 9 min read

Will Getting Rich Make You a Jerk?

Believe it or not, if you weren't a jerk to begin with it could have the opposite effect.

Gene Marks

· 4 min read

5 Ways Failure Can Help Your Career

You don't have to always learn the hard way but people seldom forget the lesson when they do.

Timothy Sykes

· 5 min read

10 Brutal Lessons You Need to Learn Before Getting Rich

You'll never have enough billions to buy a new personality, so start improving the one you got for free.

John Rampton

· 6 min read

Wonder Women Use Empathy as Their Leadership Superpower

Sure, Wonder Woman is an Amazon, but she leads like the best female disrupters -- by taking the time to understand the people in her world.

Patti Fletcher

· 5 min read

9 Reasons Humility Is the Key Ingredient to Exceptional Leadership

Real leaders tell you how great their teams are. Posers tell you how great they are.

Sherrie Campbell

· 7 min read

8 Traits of Healthy Narcissism That Drive Success

When it comes to success, too little narcissism can be just as pathological as too much.

Sherrie Campbell

· 7 min read

Winners Know It's Always Better to Be the Underdog

Don't swagger if you want to stay on top. Stay humble and grounded.

Steve Tobak

· 5 min read

Confidence, Humility and the Effective CEO.

Confidence enables you to act when things are uncertain. Humility enables you to correct when you've made the wrong move.

Eyal Lifshitz

· 4 min read

How Leaders Can Survive the Dangers of 'Uber' Success

Failure is painful, but at least starting over is straightforward. Big success can be bewildering.

Aaron Orendorff

· 5 min read

8 Things the Successful Elite Do Quietly

Humility is often rewarded with loyalty while boastfulness more often generates resentment.

Sherrie Campbell

· 7 min read