Most disagreements are the result of underlying assumptions, goals, and biases. Here's how to get past all that and get back to doing great work.
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On a midsummer afternoon in 1957, a church fundraiser altered the course...
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"Act as if" and your body language (and mood) will eventually follow suit.
By Christian Jarrett
It’s easy to remain agile when you are part of a small team. But how do you stay productive as you grow? Talking. Lots and lots of talking.
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The perfect office: high ceilings, lots of colors, and round furniture. And plants. Don't forget the plants.
Over-communicating, under-communicating and everything in between. How to communicate clearly so you get what you want, when you want.
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The mere presence of other people can boost your performance, and 8 other research-backed findings about collaboration and teamwork.
Your interest in a task is more important than its difficulty when it comes to managing your energy levels.
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