Nobody’s perfect, we all have flaws, but when you are in a position of influence, you have a duty to become more than you were before.
The fearless leader fallacy harkens back to the “great man” theory of leadership, which portrayed effective leaders as those who charge fearlessly into the melee to save the day.
Great companies understand that joy is the highest form of productivity and that profit is just a bonus byproduct.
Motivational quotes are everywhere. They’re on sports advertisements, billboards, T-shirts. In fact, there’s a decent chance that many of your laptops have a desktop background that features an image of a motivational quote. Admit it.
As an entrepreneur, I’m always looking for an edge. So when I learned last year about a new trend called biohacking – the practice of treating your body like a machine for optimal performance.
Visiting the U.S. this week, Pope Francis is showing off a leadership style we can all learn from.
Many people and a host of commentators instinctively recoiled at the callous management practices described in a scathing New York Times article last month about Amazon.
Look at any CEO running a profitable company and you’ll find someone who has figured a few things out. One trait many of these leaders have in common: consistency.
Any successful person will tell you he or she did not get there without the advice and counsel of other wiser men and women. I’m constantly asked by younger people how to find mentors and what to do once you think you’ve encountered one.
Here are 25 quotes about kindness to inspire you to help others and be happy as well: