We can always choose to perceive things differently.— Marianne Williamson, author/spiritual teacher
You know the saying, “I’ll believe it when I see it”. Well, turns out it’s more like you’ll see it when you believe it. Read about how our perception influences what we see (and don’t see), and how to change the way you look at things.
No one’s perfect. Not even on Hump day. And if you’re like us, you could use a little refresher on your people skills every once in a while. So take a look at these tips the next time someone finishes the coffee and doesn’t put on another pot. Hulk smash.
Good news for all of us who aren’t total brainiacs. When it comes to success at work, your E.Q., or emotional intelligence (i.e. how you communicate and treat others) is more important than your I.Q. We’re not saying smarts aren’t important, they’re just not everything.