The liberation and fear that comes from taking an entrepreneurial career leap.
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How our relationships are the key to happiness and success as human beings.
Andy Molinsky is a Professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology.
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Why it is important to be supportive of our kid’s activities, even if it’s something we didn’t expect them to try.
Heather Greenwood Davis is a Contributing Writer and on-air storyteller for National Geographic, as well as a freelance Feature Writer with The Globe and Mail.
“I think the One Away moment is when I was asked to move from the account services department of Leo Burnett into its direct marketing and database group.”
Rahaf Harfoush is a Strategist, Digital Anthropologist, and New York Times Best-Selling Author who focuses on the intersections between emerging technology, leadership, and digital culture.
And building it out of dirt and mashed potatoes and all these things.
I think with emotional intelligence it’s the ability to understand your own emotions and those and others and then act appropriately based on that.
“I want to share the the moment that I decided to leave teaching I decided to step away”
“So my biggest moment is the time period when I came to realize that I had more power and more of an opportunity than I had realized”
“My one away moment was in 2004 I found myself in Kiev Ukraine and I was running a major news organization during the orange revolution”
Perception is never right or wrong, it doesn’t say anything about the fact that a person does something, but perception is always right to you, because you create your opinion upon it.
“Okay, I’m clear that I need to be one of the owners. I cannot work for an owner.”