Surprising Ways We Influence Each Other & How to Handle Emotions at Work
Published March 4, 2019
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    Ever have the feeling someone is watching you? Almost everyone has had the experience but do humans actually have the ability to sense that? I begin this episode by explaining the science behind the sense of being watched. People influence you and you influence other people. It happens all the time all day long. What is so interesting is that it often happens in ways you are unaware of. Matthew Jackson is a professor of Economics at Stanford University and author of a new book called The Human Network: How Your Social Position Determines Your Power, Beliefs and Behaviors joins me to offer some fascinating insight into how you influence others and they – you.   If you have been told anything about emotions in the workplace it was probably that you shouldn’t have any or don’t cry at work. “Check your emotions at the door” is common company policy in many organizations. Liz Fosslien, author of the book No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work says the problem is that emotions are in the workplace and they can cause big problems. Listen as she offers solutions to deal with your emotions and those of the people you work with.   Why do we still have the U.S. penny? Other countries have eliminated their smallest value coin - but not here. Why? Listen and I’ll explain why we still mint millions of pennies every year. This Week's Sponsors -ADT. Go to to learn how ADT can design and install a smart home system for you. -Select Quote. Get your free insurance quote at -Trip Actions. Go complete a 30 minute demo and receive a $100Amazon gift card. -Geico. Go to to see how Geico can save you money on your car insurance
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