Making decisions uses the very same willpower that you need to say no to warm Krispy Kreme donuts, another glass of wine, or sending a 1am email rant. The bad news, you only have a limited daily amount of willpower. The good news, we’ve got the skinny on how to conserve it.
You don’t have to be Anthony Weiner to feel terribly that you just sent something you shouldn’t have and wish you could “unsend” it. Perhaps you accidentally hit Reply all (read more...)
Texting, “thx” is a perfectly fine acknowledgment when someone gives you directions to a party. It’s not so fine when they write a detailed recommendation for your business school application, get you a job, or find a buyer for your house. Here’s a better way to do it.
When’s the last time you had a great conversation and not just some idle chit-chat? According to a recent study, the deeper your conversations, the happier you are. And you can’t have real conversations if you’re behind a computer.
Why is no one responding to your emails? Is it you or is it them? It’s them. They hate your emails. Here’s why.