Psychology

Why Ignoring Your Mindset Will Crush Your Business

Having your business strategy laid out is important, but you also need to know and be comfortable with who you are as a person when success comes.

Do Introverts or Extroverts Make Better Entrepreneurs?

You can divide almost every person into one of two categories: introverted or extroverted. Here's how the distinction translates to business.

Ekalavya Hansaj

5 Myths About 'Limiting Beliefs' That Keep Entrepreneurs Stuck

Look inward to face your own mental blocks and get unstuck.

Relinde Moors

7 Business Takeaways You Can Learn From Monopoly

These seven lessons draw parallels between casual game play and real world business strategies.

Rahkim Sabree

How to Create Psychological Safety Among a Team

Here are six ways to create psychological safety to re-engage and reassure today's anxious, disengaged and lonely workforce.

Ryan Jenkins

This Rosh Hashanah Ritual Can Help Us All Find a Fresh Start

Tashlich is about beginning the Jewish New Year free from guilt and regret, and who couldn't benefit from that?

Kenny Herzog

4 Simple Ways to Change People's Minds

People don't like being told what to think or do. But you can work around that.

Jason Feifer

Is Your Personality Permanent? New Research Says 'No.'

Your future self is the product of your choices now: So who and what will you choose?

3 Ways to Create Successful Habits

Time to stop lamenting what you "should" have done.

Stacey Hanke

We All Need Work Wives: Here's How Bosses Can Encourage Female Friendship

Studies show that having a best friend at work improves performance and engagement - especially for women. Here's four ways to foster friendships in the workplace.

Frances Dodds

How the 'Gratitude Effect' Can Reshape Your Life and Its Direction

Expressing gratitude completes the feeling of connection with others.

Ivan Misner

10 Behaviors People Find Condescending

From calling people 'chief' to saying you 'actually' like someone's idea, here are some patronizing behaviors to avoid.

Frances Dodds