A leader sometimes find themselves leading a divided organization or country. But there is one skill that can help any organization thrive.
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.
Whether at home or at work, we all face situations when we need to persuade. Follow these ten evidence-based techniques to bring people over to your side.
Eyes glued to smartphones and a constant business, our culture has become more individualistic and less connected to others. But studies suggest that feelings of awe are good for our minds, bodies, and social connections.
Over time, the “love of our life” starts to lose his (or her) charm (and even become annoying). A simple 3-minute gratitude exercise can help your relationship thrive!
Sometimes we are so focused on the pursuit of happiness that obtaining happiness still seems as elusive as ever. Instead of searching for happiness, embrace life as it comes.
Leaders are always looking for ways to be more effective. These 10 steps to conversation will improve their leadership
A recent study revealed that rediscovering mundane experiences can make us happier than we think they will. Here are tips for making that happen.
Why is it so hard for us to forgive? Studies suggest that forgiveness goes beyond appealing to compassion or expressing remorse.
Living in an era of constant connection, we fear the risk of burning out from our emotions. But research suggests that we expand our compassion bandwidth without hurting ourselves.