Your passions (that energize and de-energize you) and your emotional intelligence.  Just as your instincts and judgement were shaped over your lifetime, so too were your emotional reactions to your internal thoughts and external situations.  There are emotions like compassion that enable your business success whereas emotions like anger and violence that impede you.  Do you understand your good and bad emotional behaviors within you and in interactions with others?  Do you use your conscious mind to monitor your emotions and use it to achieve your business success?

This is a bulleted article written for engineers and scientists, not for the prosaic at heart.  While 25% of the most successful companies have engineers and scientists at the helm and most stories from Silicon Valley tout the accomplishments of engineers-turned-entrepreneurs, more of them fail

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Denise Shull’s Revolutionary Approach To Risk

Plain and simple, these people say, Wall Street is too greedy. To me, though, that analysis rings false. It’s hollow, and far too simplistic. If we live in a world where scientists have learned to split the atom, medical researchers are designing drugs that alter our body chemistry, major corporations are collecting individual data, and insanely complex high-frequency trading algorithms are killing the old-fashioned brokerage techniques, how can we justify summing up an entire industry, with countless parts and manifestations, in one biblical word?

11 Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence

These are the behaviors that you want to eliminate from your repertoire.

Why is Emotional Intelligence Important for Business Success

Emotional intelligence is ‘mind over emotions’.  A person with emotional intelligence does not react emotionally on autopilot.  A typical person acts 40%-60% of the time on auto pilot.  A person with emotional intelligence acts on autopilot much less. 

How to Design Behavior

Until now, the explosion of methods for changing behavior has been a hodgepodge of author-centric noise. Reading all of the books, blogs, and blowhards can leave one confused by their seemingly conflicting advice. Pundits push their methods as cure-alls. For example, some argue that earning badges and leveling-up can inspire the clinically obese to become slim again. They can’t.

4 Things You Can Do to Cheer Up, According to Neuroscience

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You get all kinds of happiness advice on the internet from people who don't know what they're talking about. Don't trust them.  Actually, don't trust me either. Trust neuroscientists. They study that gray blob in your head all day and have learned a lot about what truly will make you happy.