If you’re not listening to your emotions, you’re likely making poor decisions. Here’s why.
Remember things as being happier by contemplating something positive before you write your resume / CV. You can use this to help you feel happier at interviews and other situations.
Teams need oddballs to help them make the best decisions. So being a team player is not necessarily a good thing, since a whole team of team players will lead to poorer decision making. Summary of recent research.
Klein, Gary. 1997. Making Decisions in Natural Environments. Alexandria, VA: Research and Advanced Concepts Office, U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.
The article is a great introduction (albeit not his best writing) of Naturalistic Decision Making, and since it was produced for the US Army, it’s free. At least to me. Maybe it is not free to IP addresses…