Are Your Company's Leaders Feeling Outshined By Their Creative Stars? Here's Why — and What You Need to Do About It.
Understanding why they feel threatened is the key to ensuring they help, rather than hinder, the continued development of creativity in your organization.
The people you envy are most likely at a different point in their wealth journey.
The next time, you feel jealous, don't try to squash the emotion. Instead, be open to what it reveals and where it takes you.
A new study says that the feeling makes people more likely to buy attention-getting items.
Examining your envy without judgment allows you to move past that sour emotion and toward your goal.
Success is almost certain to make somebody else envious, so take their hate as a sign you're doing something right.
Taking that humbling walk past those already seated in first class becomes a clear reinforcement of their 'relatively disadvantaged status,' the authors wrote, which can 'prompt negative emotions.'
Sometimes, "I hate you" is what every entrepreneur needs to hear.
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There will always be winners and losers. Make sure you don't end up the latter.