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Travis Bradberry


San Diego, CA, United States

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  • Quartz
  • Forbes
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Past articles by Travis:

How to ace the 50 most common interview questions

Don’t focus on what you think the interviewer wants to hear. Instead focus on giving an honest and passionate breakdown of what you have to offer. → Read More

11 ways to beat procrastination

When you imagine a highly productive person, you likely think of someone who focuses effortlessly on the job and never succumbs to procrastination. → Read More

Are you promotable?

It's never too late to show your boss that you’re worthy of a promotion. Do this to be promoted. → Read More

5 ways you can use mindfulness to fix your brain, reduce stress and boost performance

Researchers from the University of British Columbia pooled data from more than 20 studies to understand how practicing mindfulness affects the brain. → Read More

How to be calm under pressure

Giving in to catastrophic thinking undermines your ability to make good decisions and to move forward effectively. Instead, use these strategies. → Read More

How to crush your goals in 2020

By this time next year, a mere 5% of us will have succeeded in reaching our goals.There are two reasons why we’re so bad at reaching our goals. → Read More

How successful people make smart decisions

With repercussions that can last days, weeks, and even years, making great decisions is an effort that’s worth every bit of your time and energy. → Read More

5 secrets to mastering conflict

Successful people know this—they don’t avoid conflict because they can do something productive with it before things get out of hand. → Read More

How successful people overcome uncertainty

The ability to strategically manage ambiguity is one of the most important skills you can cultivate in an increasingly uncertain business environment. → Read More

How to win at office politics

The key is to understand the players and the rules and then to play the game in a way that aligns with your personal values and principles. → Read More

8 signs you're being lied to

Before rushing to any conclusions, be certain to consider what constitutes normal behavior for the person who you think might be lying to you. → Read More

5 ways mindfulness will turbocharge your career

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the “something” in each of us that is a bit intangible. It affects how we manage behavior and navigate social complexities. → Read More

10 Things genuinely confident people do differently

Truly confident people always have the upper hand over the doubtful and the skittish because they inspire others and they make things happen. → Read More

10 bad habits you must eliminate from your daily routine

Breaking bad habits requires self-control—and lots of it. Research indicates that it’s worth the effort, as self-control has huge implications for success. → Read More

There are two types of happiness—and we’re chasing the wrong one

Event-based happiness is fleeting. The key to sustainable happiness lies in these 11 habits. → Read More

How smart people handle toxic people

To deal with toxic people effectively, you need an approach that enables you, across the board, to control what you can and eliminate what you can’t. → Read More

8 ways smart people use failure to their advantage

While it’s tempting to try and avoid failure, people who do this fail far more often than those who optimistically focus on their goals. → Read More

12 things every type A person wishes you knew

We each have our own understanding of what it means to have a Type A personality, but what does this term really mean and where did it come from? → Read More

8 powerful habits of profoundly influential people

The unique habits of influential people remain constant. Their focused pursuit of excellence is driven by eight habits that you can emulate. → Read More

2 snap judgements people make when they first meet you

It only takes seconds for someone to decide if you’re trustworthy, and research shows that first impressions are very difficult to change. → Read More