You can apply this to just about any desicion in life.
"It's the most poetic of paradoxes."
They're highly productive, but also a pain to be around and their actions can make everyone's workday utterly miserable.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sent Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow an email, but when she responded "'I would die for the opportunity to sit down and ask you a bunch of questions' . . . he never wrote me back."
Certainty and speed isn't always a good thing.
You'll be amazing by where the conversation goes.
It's crazy how simple and easy these things are.
Having a "negative attitude" about it can be "detrimental to you," says Jocko Willink.
Talent expert and "Nine Lies About Work" co-author Marcus Buckingham describes the shocking number of people who are simply suffering through their jobs. He explains how to become one of the few whom are truly thriving at work.
Back in 2004, Mark Zuckerberg wanted all of us to be connected. His vision still rings true to this day as this video takes you through the years inside the mind of the CEO of Facebook.
It's a fact: Your coworkers hate speakerphone.
When Alex Honnold of "Free Solo" scaled 3,000-feet of Yosemite National Park's El Capitan without so much as a rope, people were left wondering whether he was actually capable of feeling fear.
"The last thing you need is someone with a huge ego," says Boxed CEO Chieh Huang.
When it comes to being an entrepreneur, communication is key, says the "Shark Tank" star, Robert Herjavec.
There's an old joke that goes, "You can't get a job with an English degree." Good thing the "Shark Tank" star ignored the naysayers.
Having a famous father came with its pressures, but it also instilled an important lesson in champion golfer Davis Love III.
He sold his photo-sharing start-up Flickr in 2005 to Yahoo for a reported $35 million, and on Monday, Slack announced it has confidentially filed for an IPO.