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"If what we do really matters, it’s meaningful.
Tara Siegel Bernard (photo, left) weighs in at NYTimes.
Lynn Taylor (photo, left) covers the topic.
"Feigning it on a regular basis can really just make things worse by highlighting the fact that you don’t feel confident in the first place, forcing you to over-compensate to mask insecurities, and struggling to keep up the act.
"The shift to mobile might finally be complete," declares Andrew Meola (photo, left), in a piece at BusinessInsider.
"With the onslaught of emails we receive every day, it's hard to imagine how anyone could keep up professional email habits at all times," writes Rachel Gillett (photo, left) and Jacquelyn Smith.
"People need to be inspired, and they will only feel inspired if their leader is positively disposed — and joyful.
"As he gets ready to release "The TED Official Guide to Public Speaking, Anderson breaks down the four things that make TED Talks special.
"Salary negotiation is nerve-wracking," says Kathleen Elkins (photo, left).
"The human brain is hardwired to judge.
"We’ve set up a work schedule that explains the right time to do everything, based on your (and your co-workers’) circadian clock, research on productivity cycles, and other timing insights.
Jacquelyn Smith (photo, left) covers the topic at BusinessInsider.
"The good news is, it may be a challenge, but the stress of the job hunt doesn't have to stop you.
"According to Lillian Glass, a body-language expert and author of The Body Language Advantage, strong eye contact is the single greatest indicator of confidence.
"Charisma and charm may help you get an audience's attention, but you'll need more than that to keep them interested.
"In today's job market, sending a post-interview thank you note can mean the difference between landing the job and being completely overlooked,"writes Emmie Martin and Rachel Gillett.
"We're used to giving "praise sandwiches"—a criticism wedged in between two generic compliments—that give our brains indigestion.
"I am not a medical expert, but I know communication plays a major role in the overall well-being of both the team and the organization.
Tara Siegel Bernard reports at The New York Times.
"Read on to find out how to develop better relationships faster.
"Recently, a marketing firm called to solicit my business.
"I have been an executive with major corporations, including PepsiCo, Shell, and BBC Worldwide, as well as a change consultant.
"Before cofounding Solemates, a brand of women's shoe-care products, in 2009, Becca Brown [photo, left] worked at Goldman Sachs for almost six years," writes Jacquelyn Smith at BusinessInsider.
"There are plenty of frustrations people have with email, but right near the top is that messages aren’t clear, and because of that frustration, conflicts escalate, and productivity drops.
"A year ago, I went on a job interview that quickly seemed to be veering into "nightmare" territory," reports Lily Herman (photo, left).