This week, we looked back at our younger selves and our past failures, and daydreamed about living in a city like...Pharr, Texas?
Here are the stories you loved in Leadership for the week of July 14.
If you could go back in time and speak to your 20-something self, what would you tell her (other than to put down the manic panic hair dye and lay off the flannel)? These now-successful career counselors, authors and startup founders would do a few things differently.
We hear Aurora, Colorado is lovely this time of year--and a great place to be a woman who’s sick of the gender wage gap. Did your city make the list? Check out this interactive data and see.
We can’t win for losing--at least when it comes to working ahead. If you’re obsessed with checking off your to-do list, you might be missing important details or missing spontaneous opportunities.
“You can understand why a person is appealing by looking closely at how they project strength and warmth.” Charisma can be taught--and it’s a combination of these subtleties.
We’re starting a new Monday tradition: A leadership quote to inspire your work week. This week, we reframed our failures--because if you look closely enough, every success is made of lots of little failures along the way.