Personality


When it Comes to Education, Personality is More Important than Intelligence

When it Comes to Education, Personality is More Important than Intelligence

It could be time to start working on your charm. New research has shown that just because you kill it in the classroom doesn’t mean you’ll be as successful if your personality totally bombs. A research study conducted by Griffith...
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15 Types of Engagement Rings and What They Say About How He Sees You

He liked it, so he did put a ring on it. We know you didn't pick your own engagement ring, but the ring your partner chose for you is inspired by traits that he recognizes in you. After all, the ring you wear should be a reflection of who you are
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Research Proves Unemployment Directly Changes Your Personality

Not having a job is pretty stressful, and those struggling to find work are understandably less preppy than their employed colleagues. But recent research suggests the effects of unemployment are much more widespread, even affecting core elements of people's personalities
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9 First Impressions People Make Backed by Science

Everyone from your parents to teachers, friends and first boss have preached the significance of first impressions since you first entered grade school. But while you may have dismissed their advice as mere opinion, it's a little harder to argue with science
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Fiona Forbes: New Self Titled Talk Show from Vancouver TV Personality Airs Today

Fiona Forbes was co-host of Shaw TV’s award-winning The Rush for almost two decades. But the local personality didn’t plan to stay away from the small screen when the show ended. Her new self-titled show, focused on pop culture and all things Vancouver, premieres today
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13 Signs You're a People Person and Not Just Faking it

Are you really 'such a people person', like you claim to be? If so, most of these will be familiar (and your hundreds of friends likely share the sentiment). Here are 13 signs you’re a true “people person”
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Three Ways to Always Get the Best Service

Ah yes, the old customer service debate. Is exceptional tending to an entitlement? Is tipping king? Or do you sometimes just have to be a decent human being? We talked to industry insiders to find out their take on what it means to provide and earn great service
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The Positives and Practicalities of Anxiety

If you are part of the vast group of YPs who suffer from frequent mild to moderate anxiety, check these notable tips to help harness that powerful emotion and reap its surprising rewards
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Assuming Perfect: Insight Gained From a Life Cut Short

This much we know: the complexities of young professional life, emotion and circumstance are never accurately reflected on social media platforms. If this wasn't outrightly obvious before, it certainly was following the shocking death of a dear friend
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Executive Reads: Three Books That Build Character

If there's one thing people in executive positions use to reference their success on a consistent basis, it's books. Whether they build an enterprise or personal character, there's wisdom in pages that make reading an essential part of the YP lifestyle. Let these three reads serve as an inspiration
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