Many people can’t follow through on the things they really want to achieve in life because they are obsessed with the big picture, instead of keeping an eye on the crucial, tiny daily actions.
Maybe you’re brand new on your team. Or, maybe you’ve been around for a while, but you’ve realized that you really don’t know all that much about the people you work with. Either way, it’s time to pull out some get-to-know-you questions.
For most of us, childhood is kind of like a river, and we’re kind of like tadpoles.
Great innovators have always known that the key to unlocking a better answer is to ask a better question—one that challenges deeply held assumptions. Yet most people don’t do that, even when brainstorming, because it doesn’t come naturally. As a result, they tend to feel stuck in their search for fresh ideas.
Author: Abby Wolfe Source: The Muse I’d really rather not count the number of times in my career when I’ve been in a state of panic, getting caught up in one “crisis” after another. The page numbers in this presentation are wrong and it’s due today! We are doomed, absolutely doomed! Um, no, I can’t …
For many people, the holiday season is the busiest, most complicated, most stressful time of year.
It’s not enough to just make something great. You also have to create demand for the great thing you made.
We have to outsmart the part of our brain that wants us to fail.
Author: Alyse Kalish Source: The Muse Whenever I was having a bad day as a kid and was starting to get riled up, my mom would say, “Don’t drive angry”—a line from one of our favorite movies, Groundhog Day, that always got me to crack a smile. Obviously, you shouldn’t get behind the wheel of …
Sometimes, questions can be tricky or confusing. Interviewers ask them to learn more about you, including information you may be trying to conceal.