29 Apr 11 Secrets of Irresistible People & 8 Other Articles You Missed This Week
This week Travis Bradberry published an article that sheds some light on what makes certain people completely irresistible. In the piece, Bradberry explores eleven of traits these people have in common and explains why you should implement them into your personal and professional relationships. Here’s 11 Secrets of Irresistible People and 8 others you may have missed this week.
1. Starbucks’ CEO Sent an Extraordinary Email to Employees During the Stock Market Chaos
Did you notice your Starbucks barista was even nicer than usual yesterday? Here’s why.
2. Meet the Businesses Helping Lead New Orleans’s Restoration
Here’s how that devastating storm 10 years ago led to the rise of many now-thriving homegrown businesses.
3. Want to Be Smarter, More Productive, and Laugh More? 6 More Writers to Start Reading Today
You asked for it. Six more smart and inspiring writers to broaden your horizons.
4. Why the U.S. Government Could Be Your Biggest Data-Security Threat
Are you taking “reasonable steps to secure sensitive consumer information”? If not, the U.S. government can now come after you.
5. 11 Secrets of Irresistible People
Some people, regardless of what they lack–money, looks, or social connections–always radiate energy and confidence.
6. Warren Buffett’s Best Advice on Navigating Stock Market Crashes
One of the world’s wealthiest men has seen his fair share of market swings and knows how to deal with the stress of market volatility.
7. How This Entrepreneur Used His Ski-Bum Lifestyle to Build a Business
Park City, Utah’s ZipRider builds 50-mile-per-hour automated zip lines that thrill riders while providing ski resorts with lucrative off-season business.
8. 12 Scientifically Proven Habits That Will Change Your Life
There’s a science to building new habits. Read on to get yourself unstuck and get the change you want kick-started.
9. 7 Things Truly Heroic People Always Do (While Most People Don’t Bother)
The news is full of heroes lately, but people don’t just rise to these occasions out of nothing. They prepare and take action.