Science of Success - Page: 3

Broke Extroverts Spend More Money on Luxury Items Than Broke Introverts

A new study finds that aspect of your personality could affect your bank account.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Reaching for a Bucket of KFC? A New Study Shows You Might Be Lonely.

A new study explores how social isolation might make individuals turn to brands with faces on them.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Science Just Gave Us Another Reason Not to Use Emoji at Work

A new study finds that including smiley faces in messages could unfavorably tip the scales if you're trying to make a good first impression.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Another Reason to Get a Good Night's Rest -- It Can Help You Focus and Your Brain Forget

Different phases of sleep affect how your brain processes information.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Need to Think Clearly? Try Talking to Yourself in the Third Person.

Talking to yourself can ease your stress and help you manage your emotions.

Rose Leadem

· 3 min read

Are Your Co-Workers Driving You to Quit?

It's not just your boss who can drive you nuts. A host of factors can make co-workers unbearable.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Money Can't Buy Motivation When It Comes to Working Harder or Going to the Gym

If you're looking for ways to motivate your employees, think outside of pay incentives.

Rose Leadem

· 3 min read

Want to Start the Week Energized? Get Creative.

A new study finds that doing something creative during your weekends leads to renewed focus during the week.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Can Birth Order Determine Success or Failure? Science Says Maybe So.

From personality and IQ to success in work and relationships, birth-order theorists believe your family position influences more aspects of life than you'd like to admit.

Ric Kelly

· 10 min read