Travis Bradberry

Travis Bradberry

Travis Bradberry

Travis Bradberryis the coauthor of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and the cofounder of TalentSmart.

Articles by Travis Bradberry

Productivity

11 habits of ridiculously likeable people

Too many people succumb to the mistaken belief that being likeable comes from natural, unteachable traits that belong only to a lucky few. Wrong.

Advice

13 questions that will change your life

Life, like business, runs on questions, not answers. Here are 13 of the tough questions we should be asking ourselves regularly.

Productivity

Eight habits of highly emotionally intelligent people

The road to success is paved with emotional intelligence -- the “something” in each of us that affects how we manage behavior, navigate social complexities, and make personal decisions that achieve positive results.

Productivity

Ten uncomfortable deeds that will pay off forever

Sticking to your comfort zone means sagnation. Here are some of the best things to do that may make you uncomfortable and will lead to future success.

Productivity

Five signs you’re much smarter than average

Are you anxious and funny? Were you an early reader or are you left-handed? These are some of the attributes of people with high IQ -- otherwise known as smarty pants.

Productivity

Ten silly things you do that make you less likable

Likability is so powerful that it can completely alter your performance. Here are 10 ways you make yourself less likeable.

Productivity

Six easy tricks that will make you way more productive

These six productivity hacks will teach you how to work smarter, not harder.

The Whole Human

9 signs you’re a highly sensitive person

Sensitive people experience sounds, feelings, and even the presence of other people much more intensely than the average person.

Productivity

Grit: 13 things mentally strong people won’t do

Here are the 13 traits that characterize what those who are mentally strong won't do.

Advice

Eight great tricks for reading people’s body language

Learning the clues to understanding body language and the messages they send, means you'll understand your colleagues better, especially when what they say is not what they mean.