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By Michelle Gielan

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How to Skip the Slant

Don’t get stuck in the negative.

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By Heidi Kasevich, PhD

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It Takes All Kinds—And Many Kindnesses

Promote kindness (over academic achievement). Change the world.

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By Leigh Stringer

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Why a 30-Hour Workweek Is Good for Business

Businesses are missing out on a competitive advantage, one that also has individual benefits.

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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

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Let It Go—The Power of Thought Stopping

Ready to explode? Quack instead.

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By Ellen Hendriksen

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Hope in a Bottle: The Link Between Alcohol and Social Anxiety

Turns out that alcohol is a faux friend for the socially anxious. Here’s why.

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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

How to Know When To Turn That Confidence Dial

Curiosity first; confidence second.

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By Therese Huston

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Because Life Doesn’t Give Do-Overs

Want to avoid having regrets? Here’s what to do to live a happier life.

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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

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For You, Half Price: The Art of Selling the Bridge

The minds, motives, and methods of con artists—and the people they fool.

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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

Neil Pasricha’s Quiet Path to Happiness

Learn how to hack happiness.

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By The Quiet Leadership Institute

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More than Money: Temperament and the Need for Meaningful Work

Workers are increasingly demanding to know the meaning behind their effort. Here’s what happens when they do.

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By Liz Fosslien and Mollie West

6 Illustrations That Show What It’s Like in an Introvert’s Head

Introverts may appear “quiet,” but our minds certainly aren’t.

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By Susan Cain

Do Introverts and Extroverts See Reality Differently? (And What Does This Question Have to Do With Your Relationships?)

Understanding the difference is the key to good relationships.

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By Susan Cain

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The “I See You” Experiment

The one small thing you can do to brighten someone else’s day.

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By Jennifer Granneman

Why Introverts and Extroverts Are Different: The Science

Wonder what’s behind the differences between introverts and extroverts? Hint: it’s not just a simple preference.

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