Our most important article ever – with insight from a 9/11 survivor, fire battalion chief, and crisis psychologist.
People are more than happy to give you what you want – you just have to ask the right way.
Every month Primer is recognizing a different individual for their accomplishments, cultural significance, and general awesomeness. This month: Ernest Henry Shackleton.
Henry Ford didn’t drop in engines. Steve Jobs didn’t solder iPhones. Why are you trying to do everything yourself? Use our fool-proof guide for off-loading your workload so you can focus on what... [more]
How is it that meetings are the least productive (and most despised) part of our day? Use these easy steps to lead fast, efficient, and valuable meetings.
A leader isn't just the one in charge, a leader must inspire, motivate, and above all else, be willing to sacrifice for the team.
Better results, happier team players. A crash course for young bosses.
There's no getting away from them – dealing with pissed off people at work can be a daily occurrence. Learning to handle them correctly will not only make your life easier, it'll get you ahead.
Being a good manager takes skill and conscious effort, and the surprising thing is most of us aren't taught how to be effective leaders. Follow this crash course and you'll have a productive team that... [more]
An interview doesn't have to be a bunch of cliche questions - in fact, it shouldn't be. When tasked with finding a new employee, make sure you ditch these worthless questions to protect your company... [more]
There's nothing worse than being in an important meeting, getting put on the spot, and then not being able to verbalize your (great) ideas effectively. We've got an easy technique for communicating ... [more]
For many, public speaking is high on their list of biggest fears. In the scheme of things, that's silly, so utilize these CEO grade tactics and pretty soon you'll be an orator only afraid of death, ... [more]
The corporate world is calling with nice cars, fancy lunches, and guaranteed paychecks -- if you're willing to put your dream company on hold and sit in a low-walled prison five days a week. If you'... [more]
America's number one fear is talking in public, towering above fears like ninjas, death, and sharks. Which is a shame because while words may not make a man, they certainly help. Follow these tips ... [more]
Searching for the upper hand in business or romantic relationships? Look no further than the incomparable power of eye contact.
In both the business world and your social life, small talk is a big deal. If you can't hold a conversation, you might be missing out on everything from a great business deal to a wonderful and ... [more]