Machiavellian behavior is a way of acting and thinking that values the success of the state or one’s self above the well-being of others. Duplicity, deception and a willingness to do harm are trademarks of the behavior. More »

People with Machiavellian personality manipulates and controls others in order to gain or profit from themselves. The European Association of Psychology and Laws describes a Machiavellian as "one who thinks that the end ... More »

Independence is fundamental for success, boosts confidence, reduces over-reliance on others, promotes happiness, increases sense of accomplishment and promotes better decision-making. Independence is important for organi... More »

Moral values help in improving behavior, instilling respect and enhancing relationships with others. Moral values help humans to make the right choices and determine the difference between what is right and what is wrong... More »

Karl Marx's theory of social change relates to the class struggle that defined the 19th century, namely that of the ruling classes (the bourgeoisie) suppressing the working classes (the proletariat), and as a result Marx... More »

Two motivational quotes that are highly rated by Forbes.com are "Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value," and "The most difficult thing is the decision to act; the rest is merely tenacity." More motivation... More »

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A professional manner is acting in a way that respects others and meets a high standard of behavior, according to Mountain State Centers for Independent Living. Communication should be concise and to the point. Presentat... More »