When Being ‘Nice’ Hurts You More Than It Helps A lot of people have described me as “nice.” It never used to bother me, until I started to notice it wasn’t always a compliment. It’s like growing up and hearing your grandma say “Bless your heart,”
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Facing Your Mid-Career Crisis Research shows that many people—even those with seemingly enviable careers—grow dissatisfied in their jobs in their mid-40s. They may regret past choices or feel stuck in a rut. But Kieran Setiya thinks the tools of his trade—philosophy—can help. He says sadness
Strategy Needs Creativity When business school students are taught strategy, they dutifully study mapping the five forces, for example, and drawing a value net, but they know that game-changing strategies come from somewhere more creative. To generate groundbreaking strategies, executives need tools explicitly designed to
The 5 Step Guide to Breaking Your Phone Addiction, for Good The average person spends over 4 hours a day on their phone. That’s 28 hours a week. That’s a part-time job — hell, it’s almost a full-time job. But that’s just the average American. What about you?