It’s easy to identify ourselves as a certain trait, even though we are likely to be biased. Research identifies three categories of people: givers, takers, and matchers.
We all want to be remembered for something, to leave some sort of legacy. But we’re wrong when we think that success will make us most famous. It is by giving, not getting, that we are most remembered.
The Challenge: Sometimes it’s very difficult to say “no” especially for those who enjoy being helpful. The Science: Being a giver isn’t about saying…
Here’s how you can productively give to others without burning out and actually boost your energy!
By chasing happiness, you actually often chase it away. Here are 4 science-based secrets to finding (rather than losing) happiness!
There’s one form of giving that involves few costs, while offering dramatic benefits to the people around us. It’s the single best way to help someone fall in love, and the most common way that people find a job.
Ask people what they want in a job, and meaningfulness looms large. Yet all too often, we feel that our work doesn’t matter.