Being late is one of the worst characteristics anyone could have. The only thing being late proves is that you are irresponsible, lack organizational skills and disrespectful towards other’s time. Its not about the occasional lateness which cannot be helped. Some people have the tendency to be late every time. We all know these people who just can’t help it. Even if they wake up at 6 am, they will still be late for the 9 am meeting, every time.
Researchers claim that our instinct for detecting lies is fairly strong. Being able to detect lies is a valuable asset. Watching FBI officers read the body language and facial expressions to detect lies in TV shows and movies have made us further keen regarding the matter. Some people have the instinct to detect lies. For those of us who are not so good at it, there is science.
The best of us procrastinate. It’s an extra-ordinary trait of human kind, we can just put off any kind of work for later and find a perfect excuse to convince ourselves. From the simplest of daily chores to submitting your work on time (for instance, articles on deadline), we all procrastinate. Although it seems harmless, researchers have found that constant procrastination can lead to stress, worry, diminished performance, all of which goes without saying.
The term, psychopath is widely misunderstood. The first picture we get in our mind when we think of a psychopath is of a violent serial killer has been on the influence of movies. Movie personas like Hannibal Lector, Dexter and American psycho are psychopaths no doubt. But, the general misconceptions that psychopaths are serial killers are entirely false.
Let’s admit it, getting on someone’s nerve can be so much fun. We have all done it. And we are not ashamed of it. In fact, we are so proud of it we boast about it so often. But, it’s only as much fun when you are doing it intentionally, well, fun for you at least. Most of us are in this constant battle of; “who can irritate who?” Of course, things escalate pretty quickly when you have no holds barred.
In today’s economy, getting a job itself is a challenge. Despite the required qualification and experience, we have insignificant amount of choices when it comes to deciding on the industry and the position we are hired in. When we finally get a job, we feel grateful at the opportunity and often times we are stuck in the same position. Only, if we were wise enough to figure out that we are in a dead-end job.