Intrinsic motivation cannot be imposed on a team — but you can provide the right culture for it to flourish.
Hermann Minkowski called Einstein a "lazybones" with a "not very solid" education. Less than 10 years later, he would eat his words.
Clear communication is good for business and life — but compelling communication can take you to another level.
We used to think, "That email isn’t going to write itself." But now it can, thanks to AI. And there's so much more, from coding to marketing.
Scientific evidence does not support the use of trigger warnings, which are described as a "disingenuous gesture of trauma awareness."
Quality down time is important for relationships. Here are three practical suggestions to create more of it.
This two-time debate world champion gives three tips for constructing the perfect argument.
When a whoopsie-daisy just won’t cut it.
Two-time debate world champion Bo Seo gives 3 tips for constructing the perfect argument.
The outrage machine is fueled by toxicity. But there are practical steps that we can take to recapture control over our emotions.
Science news presents a flood of breakthroughs and discoveries that promise to change our lives. They rarely do.
If you want to write and speak well, use common words, not grandiose ones. Unless you're Shakespeare, you're more likely to annoy people.
Are people are more likely to act less emotionally and more rationally when speaking their second language?
"Human connection is as threatened by unhealthy peace as it is by unhealthy conflict." —Priya Parker
His greatest speeches were loaded with empathy.
Why the best negotiators are nice, not tough.
When it comes to spotting a lie, less is more.
"Not my circus, not my monkeys."
Arguments don’t have to be about winning or losing; they can help us build trust despite disagreeing.
It may be an advantage in some contexts.
A thesaurus isn’t to find big and fancy words, but a resource to help you find your rhythm.
Everyone loves a good underdog story, but the lessons we derive from them depend on how they’re told.