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What happens when psychopathy invades the workplace?

By DR. MAX TOOKEY* The initial impression most people have of psychopaths are dangerous criminals who are incarcerated in prisons or institutions for a matter of public safety. While individuals such as Charles Manson, Ted Bundy or Peter Sutcliffe tend to fit commonly held cliché’s of what most of us would regard as a psychopath, it is interesting that psychopathy ... Read More »

Corporate leaders fail to predict altruistic values held by an emerging segment of baby boomlets!

Why has Abercrombie’s stock dropped more than 30 percent? The CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, Michael Jeffries, appears to be dumbfounded as to why he cannot get a pulse on the values of baby boomlets (people born between 1977 and 1994).  This is quite surprising given the fact that Jeffries is paid more than $4 million per year. One would expect ... Read More »

Student’s Perspective: The way in which Altruism is practised differently in this day and age

By PEDRO MOREIRA* On the 28th December, 2000, my parents showed me that nothing in life is accomplished without sacrifice. I was only six years old. Even at that young age, I still understood what my parents were doing for us. I was born in Portugal in 1993 and was raised in a family who were neither rich nor poor, ... Read More »

The Six Laws of True Happiness

By DR. AL INFANDE* What is true happiness?  According to the Dalai Lama (1998), “The very purpose of our life is to seek happiness.  We all are seeking something better in life, therefore the very motion of our life is towards happiness”.  It’s been suggested by Geneticists and Psychologists that we are all born happy and altruistic.  True happiness and ... Read More »

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