How to Spot Lies in an Email

Here’s a scary number: Social psychology expert Jerald Jellison estimates that we are lied to as many as 200 times per day. That isn’t all by email, of course, but plenty of it may be — and even the smallest false details can impact the productivity and financial success of a business. Knowing how to […]

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Why We Need Both Introverts And Extroverts In Business

Does your work environment meet the needs of both extroverts and introverts? Not everyone will be comfortable in the same spaces. This article by David K. Williams covers why it’s important to provide for everybody’s needs: It’s time to throw stereotypes out the door. Seven months ago I wrote a column about how problems arise when we […]

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Declaring bankruptcy may not be best for you

Filing for bankruptcy is the last resort in personal finance – the rope thrown to someone stuck in a quicksand of debt. Drowning in debt is as serious as it sounds, but declaring bankruptcy is no easy out – it carries serious consequences. These consequences include increased difficulty in securing loans, apartments, cars, insurance and […]

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How Smart People Handle Difficult People

Wondering how to deal with that difficult person at work? This article by Dr. Travis Bradberry at TalentSmart has some great advice: Difficult people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people’s buttons. Either […]

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