The Mind of a Leader

The Mind of a Leader

What makes a great leader?

Brains in the White House

Americans are electing a brain to run their country.

How To Discover Our Purpose By Connecting The Dots

When Steve Jobs connected the dots his picture became clear.

You Know What They Say About You....Don't You?

It's the classic battle of Perception versus Reality.

Esccape From Message Hell

Do your smartphone reminders seem dumb? Trying to get someone's attention?

A Beginner's Guide To Fuss Budgeting Pt. 1

Obsessive-compulsive is only a disorder when you fuss over the wrong things

The Psychology of Good and Bad Leadership

Find out the cheap psychological tricks used by bad leaders.

Leaders: Born or Made?

The most often-asked question about leadership, and the answer is:

Thrown into the Driver’s Seat

When leadership is needed, will you rise to the occasion?

Leadership vs. Power

Are you driven by goals or by power over others?

Dollhouses of Death

Dolls, crime and drama: what's the connection?

How Bosses Accidentally Make You Less Creative

Thinking makes perfect: gaining insight on insights

"Seal the Deal" in Job Interviews

Ask these three questions.

Lying in Politics: Two Silly and One Sound Views

Don't pretend that politicians should never or always lie.

Why Are Negative Ads Positive for Voters?

Attack ads can galvanize powerful emotional responses making us more informed.

Are They Serious or Just Power Hungry?

Seven guidelines for deciding whether your opponent is just trying to win.

Leaders Experience Less Stress? New Study Says Yes

Does being in charge help you take better control of your stress?

Why Your Boss is Less Stressed Than You

Being the boss isn't so stressful after all.

What Is Charisma and Charismatic Leadership?

Is charisma born or made? What makes leaders charismatic?

Harnessing Good Stress

Some stress is good.

The Six Attributes of Courage

Quotes and exercises to help you be your best and bravest self

Should Leaders Show Emotion?

The Trouble with Angry Birds in Politics

Hiking with a Child

Lessons in finding balance and focusing on the journey, not the destination

10 Ways Leaders, And You, Can Radiate Positivity

The more you give, the more you'll get.

Your Money, Your Heart, and Your Vote

Romney was wrong about that 47%, but some of them may still vote for him!

How Power Corrupts Leaders

Why and how does power corrupt leaders?

Five Essential Skills for Leadership in the 21st Century

Who You Are and Whether You Care are Just as Important as What You Do

8 Worst Habits in Political Speeches and Talking

When does political conviction slip into sheer rudeness?

The Art of Positive Skepticism

Five ways to think like Galileo and Steve Jobs.

Can an Introvert Really be President?

How voters really judge their leaders

The Neuroscience of the President

Power decreases empathy in the powerful, including President Obama

Promises promises: When politicians don’t deliver

The harsh reality of the morning after

Sometimes CEOs Need a Slap in the Face.

Structuring Boards of Advisers to Move Your Business to the Next Level.

Status Hierarchies: Do We Need Them?

Are social hierarchies a natural part of human society?

Six Qualities Leaders Need to Be Successful

Leadership these days is about authenticity & connection

Where’s Our Singles Movement?

Where’s the singles activism and consciousness-raising?

The Subtle (and not so subtle) Righteous Mind

How to make the most of our righteous minds

Five Keys to Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence

Ninety Percent of High Performers Possess High EQ

The Presidential Debate Was Introvert vs Extrovert

Is President Obama taking heat for being an introvert?

Time flies when you’re pursuing the right goal

A playful spirit can help amp up your motivation and add meaning to your life

How to Be Ultra Productive — 10 Tips for Mastering Your Time Now

The key to time management is self management

For This Doctor, Business As Usual Is Over

He hopes to change the system from the outside in.

Does Power Make You Mistrusting?

Power has its benefits--but it can be lonely at the top.

Who Are You Calling a Psychopath?

Making the case for fearless dominance in our heroes

High Octane Leaders: How Women Are Blazing New Paths to Leadership

Six Common Threads Among Successful Female Leaders