Six Ways Leaders Can Fuel Excellence at Anything

In August, I posted a blog titled "Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything. " Over the subsequent three months it has become one of HBR's most widely read blogs ever.  

The notion that we can be excellent at anything prompted passionate debate. On the one hand, it's empowering and inspiring to . . .

Fueling Positive Emotions in a World Gone Mad

If there is anything this nasty, fear-driven, dispiriting political season has demonstrated, it's that no politician -- Democrat, Republican, or otherwise -- has any compelling solutions to what ails us.  Even as partisan a figure as Jeb Bush is suggesting voters are feeling "disgust with the po. . . 

How much are you worth?

    It's the most compelling, preoccupying question we measure ourselves by every day, and it has very little to do with money.  I'm talking about "worth" as in self-worth and "value," as in the degree to which we feel valued by others, and valuable in the world.  Nothing more powerfully influences. . .