How you look is not measured only by what you wear. It is easy to put on clothes to make you look like the person you want to be. You can dress in business clothes to look professional, exercise clothes to look fit, or casual clothes to look relaxed, but what you wear is . . . → Read More: How you look matters
People love to talk about themselves. They use a lot of time and energy letting people know how great they are.
People who feel the need to brag, usually don’t have that much to brag about. Bragging is a form of trying to control what people think about you. It doesn’t . . . → Read More: Bragging rights
We are surprised at the things that happen in our lives. Everything happens for a reason. If you look back, you can find that something caused whatever is happening to you now.
It is important to look to the past to learn. If what is happening in your life now is desirable, learn from . . . → Read More: Cause and effect
Do you get nervous when the CEO joins you in the elevator or attends a meeting with you? Unless the CEO is your direct supervisor, you have little to be worried about. The CEO has little influence over your effectiveness at work. The CEO, like you, simply has a job to do. The CEO . . . → Read More: Titles matter . . . or do they?
Egotism is defined:
e·go·tism [ee-guh-tiz-uhm, eg-uh-] noun 1. excessive and objectionable reference to oneself in conversation or writing; conceit; boastfulness. 2. selfishness; self-centeredness; egoism.
One way I define egotism as any time you take action or make a decision motivated by what someone else thinks you should do. You . . . → Read More: Feeding egotism. Why not?