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15 Easy LinkedIn Profile Tips You Should Do Today

Sure, you have a LinkedIn profile--but do you actually leverage it? I want to show you some easy LinkedIn strategies: To find great work To make more money To build an incredible network It’s estimated that one in three professionals on the planet are on...

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Stop Doing Your To Do List and Try This Instead

What motivates you to do your best work? It might be time for a change. When you do your best work... Work becomes easier and more efficient Everyone on a team works more strategically Smart task management is the best way to improve your productivity When...

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9 Ways Introverts Can Get Heard in Meetings

Do you dread meetings? If so, you’re far from alone. That meeting announcement memo can strike fear into the hearts of even the most dedicated professionals. If you find yourself feeling even the slightest reticence each time a meeting is called, it’s...

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6 Introvert Strengths that Will Benefit You in Life

Our personality falls on a spectrum. Where do you fall? But what does each label mean? Let’s review: Introvert: Someone who gets energy from solo time and focuses more on internal feelings rather than on external sources of stimulation. Ambivert: Someone...

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How to Work a Stage Like a Pro and Win the Crowd

A large stage can be incredibly intimidating. Whether you’re: Giving a speech Public Speaking Or working a room I want to show you how to work a stage like a pro. How to Work a Stage Like a Pro #1 The Stage is Your Signal Most speakers only prep the verbal aspect of...

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The Single Best Team Building Exercise

Do you dread team bonding exercises? Do you feel like they are a waste of time? No more! The team building exercise I am about to teach you will: Help your team be more productive Encourage deeper collaboration Assess what tasks are working and which...

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5 Crazy Myths About Pregnancy

I have some big news my Science of People friends! I am pregnant! Hooray! I am so excited to start this next phase of life adventure. As I embark on this journey, you will see me growing bigger and bigger in my videos and Instagram photos… And,...

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How to Survive an Open Office as an Introvert

Most of us cut our teeth in a business world where you at least had a cubicle wall between you and your co-worker. Picture it: You finally reach the point where you are about to get your own office, you’ve watched others get an office, you’ve pined for an...

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How to Bond with Anyone with Dr. Paul Zak

As part of our series, World’s Most Interesting People, I chatted with Dr. Paul Zak, neuroeconomist, teacher and author of Trust Factor and The Moral Molecule.  In this episode, you’ll learn:  What exactly a neuroeconomist is and Dr. Zak’s way to find out...

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How to Talk to Anyone

We chatted with NBC's TODAY this month on conversation, getting deep with people and the science behind attraction. Check it out: How to talk to anyone: Dates, potential mates, bosses and more By: A. Pawlowski Aside from losing weight, one of the most...

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How to Break Out of Social Autopilot with Noah Kagan

As part of our series, World’s Most Interesting People, I chatted with Noah Kagan, host of the Noah Kagan Presents podcast and founder of Sumo.com and AppSumo.com. In this episode, you'll learn:  How Noah cuts through the fluff on phone calls  How to...

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How to Perfect Your Evening Routine

There’s been a lot of talk recently on how to perfect our morning routines, but the last thing I want is for the equally important evening routines to be swept under the rug.  Evening routines are essential because, unlike morning routines, they set us up for two...

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10 Steps to a Perfect Morning Routine

Your morning routine sets you up for success — For the rest of the day, week and year! Since we only have about 25,000 mornings in our adults lives, we need to make each one count. And chances are, we’ve already wasted quite a few… In order to kick-start our mornings...

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Tips for Identifying a Shoplifter

Shoplifting is much more common than you would think. You may believe few people are bold enough to walk into a well-lit, employee-monitored store, but that is not the case. In fact, shoplifting has become more common than ever. Check out our video on The...

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10 Surprising Myths About Popular Psychology

Much of what you know about psychology may be a lie. Over the last several decades, popular psychology has led to the rise of dozens of myths that have given people a false sense of understanding about how their brains operate and how to interpret the...

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How to Make a Learning Bucket List

Do you have a learning bucket list? If not, today is the day to start one. Research shows that people who create bucket lists are more likely to accomplish their goals and feel as though they have had meaning in their lives. When you write down what you...

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The Science of Makeup

Why do 44% of American women do not like to leave their homes without makeup on? Research shows there are two primary reasons why women wear makeup: Camouflage - Women who are anxious and insecure tend to use makeup to appear less noticeable. Seduction -...

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The Science of Black Friday Shopping

Black Friday is America’s favorite shopping day of the year where, as of 2016, over one hundred million people converged on stores and ecommerce sites for supposedly the best deals of the year. Given all of the hype for the day, it’s inevitable that...

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How to Identify and Avoid Pickpockets

Did you know that there are over 400,000 pickpocketing incidents worldwide each day? It’s likely this number is even higher because many people and police assume that items that were stolen from pockets and bags were lost, not stolen, since pickpockets are...

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The Top 6 Smartphone Apps for Emerging Speakers

Whether you’re striving to make public speaking your primary job, you’re a professional learning to speak up more so you can become a stronger leader in your organization or you have goals that lie somewhere in between, mastering public speaking skills is...

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Ask the Brain to Look for Hits Not Misses

To be a great conversationalist, you don’t have to show how intelligent, witty, funny or naturally charismatic you are. Though these traits make it easier to keep conversations going, what truly matters is how others feel when they talk to you. Check out...

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10 Secrets to the Perfect Shark Tank Pitch

What’s the secret to the perfect Shark Tank pitch? At the Science of People, we decided to find out. 495 entrepreneurs have pitched in the Shark Tank—253 of these teams got deals and 242 did not. What’s the difference? We analyzed each and every one of the 495 pitches...

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Worrying is Not an Investment in Failure Prevention

Winning is NOT about preventing failures. In fact, I have failed A LOT in my career. Every failure has led me closer to my biggest wins. I’ve never shared my entrepreneurial journey publicly. And decided it was time to open up. Today, I want to share with...

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How to Give Captivating Presentations

“We are all performers.” - Michael Port While you might think only entertainers and big speakers give performances, you’re constantly in situations where you’re telling stories, persuading people to act on your ideas, and choosing which pieces...

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The 10 Questions Every Interviewer MUST Ask

Hiring is hard. Finding good people is even harder. In this post, I want to give you the best structure for interviewing. Everyone hires in some way shape or form. Whether you're are a parent, entrepreneur or homeowner you have to have basic...

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8 Playlists to Help You Bond to the Rhythm of Music

Listening to music is one of the easiest and most fun ways to strengthen the bonds between people. Researchers have found that there is a part of our brain dedicated solely to music. Because of this, all sorts of reactions occur in our brains in response...

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