23 results for author: Hendrie Weisinger


Performing Under Pressure: Martian Style

We all have our unique pressure moments – situations in which we have something at stake and the outcome is dependent on our performance – but I think we would all agree that being stuck on Mars with a limited supply of food and water and help being 140 ...
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How Superman Handles Pressure

Every job comes with pressure, but I think we'd all have to admit that the pressure on Superman to meet his job responsibilities must be super-intense. After all, he’s no Trump. Sure, Superman can do the easy stuff – perform faster than a speeding ...
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For a Better Career and Life, Boost Your Personal Intelligence

If you are open to new ways to improve your success, you might want to try increasing your "PI" – that's "personal intelligence," a cousin of emotional intelligence. Personal intelligence is the  new kid on the block for achieving success, and it's gaining ...
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Intuitive Decision-Making

It's obvious why we want to make good decisions. Yet, it's also obvious that too many people make too many wrong decisions, from taking the wrong job, marrying the wrong person, to selecting the wrong college. How does this happen? Recent books have made ...
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The Spirit of Anger!

If you are like most people, you have probably experienced it in the last 24 hours, and in the last year or two heard the word 10,000 times. Whether on ESPN or CNN, on the phone or in your home, anger permeates our lives. For most of us, anger resonates ...
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The Long Hot Pressure – Cool it With Micro-Successes

Every project, whether it is an advertising campaign or getting a new job, has a specific goal to achieve but if it is going to take six months to accomplish, you have a long time to wait until you can experience success. In the meantime, we experience ...
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Don’t Curb Your Enthusiasm

In today's demanding work world, the pressure for doing more with less has become part of many organizational cultures. People are in fact working longer hours and often asked to take responsibility for tasks that go beyond their job description. We all know ...
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Your Comeback Toolkit

I’m sure there are times when your best-laid plans don’t pan out. You may seem to be going along just fine, when suddenly—wham! — A setback sends you veering off course. Your forward movement comes to a grinding halt and your motivation plummets. At ...
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Your Comeback Toolkit

I’m sure there are times when your best-laid plans don’t pan out. You may seem to be going along just fine, when suddenly—wham! — A setback sends you veering off course. Your forward movement comes to a grinding halt and your motivation plummets. At ...
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Emotional Intelligence – If Anything, It’s Underrated!

Is emotional intelligence overrated? Is it better to be more emotionally intelligent or cognitively intelligent? I wrote my first book on emotional intelligence, Emotional Intelligence at Work fifteen years ago. Shortly after, I wrote the first books that ...
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It Pays to dPressurize

In the last few years, I’ve observed through my clinical practice and in the pressure management seminars that I conduct, that the senior executives and professionals I talk to most often want to know: “How can I stop feeling pressured 24/7?” “How can ...
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