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Self-help guru Tony Robbins said he urged a predominately black crowd to "stand up" and call each other the N-word, a new BuzzFeed News report claims.
Confidence doesn't always come naturally. Here are some simple tips and tricks for feeling more confident.
Self-help guru Tony Robbins has been accused of making sexual advances on his followers and scolding abuse victims at his famous seminars
According to an investigation from BuzzFeed News, self-help guru Tony Robbins has been accused of belittling abuse victims at his famous seminars.
4 successful people share how they triumphed over imposter syndrome, the belief that you’ll be exposed as a ‘fraud’
Imposter syndrome is a psychological pattern that can cause feelings of self-doubt or fear of being exposed as a fraud. Here's how to overcome it.
A psychotherapist says there are 3 common reasons so many people’s New Year’s resolutions end in failure
Many people make New Year's resolutions, but few people actually seem them through. Psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert gave three reasons why.
13 unforgettable insights from a year reading about relationships, time management, and getting ahead at work
I read more than a dozen self-help books in 2018. Here are the tips — about work, love, and life — that have really stuck with me.
13 years after Steve Jobs said his mortality was a crucial tool for decision-making, people are writing their own eulogies as a career exercise
Some leadership coaches say writing your own eulogy can help you realize what kind of person you want to be and what changes you need to make.
The 15-year-old book CEO Satya Nadella handed his execs to start defusing Microsoft’s toxic culture explains exactly how the words we use can ge...
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made members of his executive team read "Nonviolent Communication" after he took over in 2014.
Listening to podcasts can be a great way to relax, learn something new, and be inspired to make some life changes.
When CEO Satya Nadella took over Microsoft, he started defusing its toxic culture by handing each of his execs a 15-year-old book by a psychologist
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella bought all the members of his senior leadership team a copy of the book "Nonviolent Communication" in 2014 when he joined the company. Here are some of the book's major takeaways.