How to have a growth mindset: believe your brain can change, hear your fixed mindset, recognize you have a choice, think in a growth mindset, persist.
Jim Bruce's blog
At some point in your career you may have a difficult manager. If this happens, what do you do besides ignore what’s happening or run for the door?
Four suggestions to be more curious: cultivate the whole brain, expand your interests, be childlike, and ask even if you think you know the answer.
We're in the middle of a pandemic AND it's likely to be around for some time, so let's turn to considerations as you plan to return to the office.
The current COVID-19 virus, the Delta variant, has significantly changed from the virus first seen in the U.S. early in 2020.
Managing your relationship with your boss takes time and energy. Doing it well can simplify your job by eliminating frustrations and future problems.
Excessive sitting is so “prevalent and so pervasive that we don’t even question how much we’re doing it." Says Nilofer Merchant of Stanford.
This year’s commencement addresses compel us to step up to the challenges of real issues. Here are some golden nuggets.
Every time I hear the words “be nice,” I think of my mother. She would frequently use these words to remind me that I should be “nice” to my younger brother, to guests, to other kids, to any pets we had, etc. In doing so, she was saying that she expected me to be polite, to treat them well, to demonstrate that I care for them, etc.
The only way we are going to get comfortable at asking is to get really good at asking. Be very specific about the help you want and why.