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Read the transcript of Caitlin’s interview with Emmy Award-winning journalist and NYT bestselling author, Dan Harris
Delivering negative feedback is a skill that requires practice. Luckily Dale Carnegie gave us some tips to help us along all the way back in 1936.
Even with the best of intentions, we don’t always make the choices that are best for us because we’re simply not rational beings.
Blinkist user Marc Hauser dropped into the Blinkist offices and recommended his favorite book-in-blinks — Mini Habits. Here's why he loves it!
It's becoming more difficult to decide when being a grown-up truly begins. Whenever that is, you may wish that you had discovered these seven books sooner!
If the thought of continuing to improve in 2019 excites you, start the New Year off on the right foot by mulling over some of life’s larger questions.
Moments that truly change how you think are rare and special, but by exposing yourself to a broad range of ideas you heighten the chances of having your perspective changed. Try these 10 books for starters.
Did you know that on average, people lie three times within 10 minutes of meeting someone new? Here are some neat tricks to spot the lies.
The French know a great deal about inciting desire, and that extends to consumer goods, too