Psychologist Carol Dweck has led a career researching the correlation between attitude and intelligence. We’re all aware that attitude can impact your life, but could it actually be the determining factor in how smart you are, and thus how successful?
The new year is coming up! And while hitting the gym or learning how to play golf might be at the top of your resolution list, you might want to consider re-thinking your workspace as a way to have happier and more productive year. We have 5 tips that will help you improve your workspace and we guarantee these minor adjustments will go a long way.
“Teamwork” is one of those words that are thrown around constantly in the business world, along with all the other sports metaphors, like “keeping your eye on the ball,” “going for the win” and “knocking it out of the park.” But the fact is, unless you’re a business of one, whom you choose as your partners, colleagues and employees – i.e. your team – may be the single most important factor in whether you can… well… knock it out of the park. After all, you may have the most ingenious, marketable product, and you may be working out of the… Read More
The 2012 London Olympics may have ended but the adrenaline-pumping buzz still abounds. Millions of people dream of acting out their own gold medal fantasies and many more simply want to find a fun way to exercise or let off some steam. In New York there’s simply one place where you can relax, workout, and lose yourself in dreams of Olympic glory, the Hudson River Park. You can get busy like the Dream Team on one of the basketball courts or even spike a volleyball into some sand with co-workers. Catching some waves more your speed? Breeze over to Pier… Read More