The 10 Questions Every Interviewer MUST Ask
Hiring is hard. Finding good people is even harder. In this post, I want to give you the best structure for interviewing. Everyone hires in some way shape or form. Whether you’re are a parent, entrepreneur or homeowner you have to have basic interviewing skills in your back pocket. Interviewing babysitters, nannies, tutors or coaches […]
Clinton Won Last Night’s Debate, According to Communications Science
“Words matter when you run for president and they really matter when you are president.” —Hillary Clinton Last night’s debate — the first official showdown between presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton — was, as the GOP candidate would say, a huge event. Weeks prior to the debate, ABC news reported that 74 percent […]
Body Language in the Presidential Debates?
I am just as curious as you what this year’s Presidential Debates will bring. I asked if you wanted me to post more about the campaign (wasn’t sure if y’all wanted a break) and here is what you said: I’m going to try to post any interesting, juicy tidbits from the campaigns on my Twitter during […]
How to Look Older in Pictures
Being young is great. Looking like a teenager whenever you take pictures is not so great. If you’re petite or have a baby face, trying to look like an adult in photos can be a challenge. It’s even worse when your friends look respectable and mature while you stand out as the cute, childlike one […]
Links We Love
Today, I have 5 cool links that will help you explode your kindness all over the thirsty world! #1: What to Do When Your Boss Is In A Bad Mood Do you need to be an angel for your boss? Nothing is worse than having your boss bully their way through the office. Here is […]
The 10 Secrets to the Perfect Shark Tank Pitch
By Vanessa Van Edwards Science of People Overview: What’s the secret to the perfect Shark Tank pitch? At the Science of People, we decided to find out. 495 entrepreneurs have pitched in the Shark Tank—253 of these teams got deals and 242 did not. What’s the difference? We analyzed each and every one of the […]
What Makes A Face Attractive?
Science never ceases to surprise me. But, in this segment of ‘Did You Know?’ we just might surprise you! Did you know that the more symmetrical your face is, the more attractive you seem to others? Yes, symmetrical faces are known to be sexy. This means that facial symmetry is more important than any other […]
Why Do We Fear Public Speaking?
Do you fear public speaking? Getting up in front of people–large or or even small groups can be terrifying. When I read this post in Quantified Communications’ blog, I knew it would be perfect for you, our amazing readers. The amazing Sarah Weber and Noah Zandan kindly gave us permission for a repost (thank you!!), […]
The Science of a Perfect Nap
Ah yes, napping. Are you a huge fan of Sunday afternoon naps like me? If so, then you know that there is both an art and a science to the perfect nap. Naps are the perfect way to unplug, even if it’s just for a brief period. Napping is a global phenomenon that begins as […]
Which Sex Reacts More Strongly to Negative Events?
We all know first-hand that there are many innate, biological differences between men and women. Whether it be our hormones, our brains, our bodies or the way we act, these differences are what make studying people so freakin’ interesting. Well, science has unveiled yet another difference that sets men and women apart: it’s the way we react […]