Business Communication Essentials, 7th Ed.
Chapter 7. Writing Routine and Positive Messages
"Naval Ravikant (@naval) is the CEO and co-founder of AngelList.
"UCLA neuroscience researcher Alex Korb [photo, left] has some insights that can create an upward spiral of happiness in your life," writes Eric Barker in a piece at BusinessInsider.
"When is the last time you sent a card or note to a business associate?
"As entrepreneurs, business owners and leaders, self-awareness is essential to your success.
"As soon as something goes wrong in our lives, we as humans tend to fall into negative thinking patterns.
Check out this excerpt from Work Party by Jaclyn Johnson (photo, left).
"Thinking too much isn't just a nuisance.
"Here's how to grow your influence, boost your impression and make a powerful impact.
Stefano Tasselli [photo, left], Martin Kilduff, and Blaine Landis provide the answers at HBR.
"How we perceive ourselves, and the internal stories we tell about who we are, will indeed shape our experiences," writes Kathy Caprino (photo, left) in a piece at Forbes.
"Are you a giver or a taker?
Here's a quick read on the topic by the nice people at Farnam Street.
"We believe we should work hard in order to be happy, but could we be thinking about things backwards?
"James Altucher (photo, left) shares the four words that guide his life and work as an entrepreneur, writer and father.
According to Todd Smith (photo, left), "There are literally hundreds if not thousands of little things we can do to raise the bar in our professional and personal lives.
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"Trusting others doesn’t mean that you abdicate your responsibility as a leader.
"Our culture is obsessed with happiness, but what if there's a more fulfilling path?
Michael Hyatt gives his "4 steps to get your life back on track" after a major mistake.
"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.
John Eades (photo, left) offers his 10 signs at LinkedIn.