What Donald Trump's unending stream of lies has done to our White House, our country and us.
The former FBI acting director said an Obama-appointed inspector general's report on his falsehoods was erroneous.
Some users who flag content as fake aren't all that reputable themselves.
Someone is not telling the truth.
Supplying alternative facts is one way of destroying memory. Erasing real facts is another.
Startups can have a hard time building credibility because they are so new. If you want to increase your chances for long-term success as a new business, you need to find ways to build credibility. Here are four strategies that can help.
Stop sabotaging your presentations and pitches with these speaking mistakes. We've all been there, sitting in an audience listening to a speaker drone on and on, oblivious to the lack of engagement from the audience. Are you guilty of these bad habits?
You don't have to hold a certain degree or title to gain respect -- it's mostly a matter of carrying yourself with class. Here are six reminders to keep you going strong.
At times, a story demands more credibility than we can muster, so we change some of the details to reconcile ourselves to
Leaders need credibility. If you want a group of employees to follow you on the road to success, you need them to buy in
Early in some of my keynotes I'll sometimes say, "Turn to the most normal-looking person near you, shake hands, and ask them
I learned (through research, not experience) that some companies will immediately throw out your application if there are
In real estate, they say the three most important factors are location, location, location. In public speaking, the three most important factors may very well be preparation, preparation, preparation.
• Clearly state what you can't commit to so that you don't lower the accountability bar in your company through missing a
You may not realize it but if you are engaged in social media you are building a reputation. In fact you are quite possibly building one that will last a lifetime.
I watched Brian Williams' interview with Matt Lauer hoping to hear, once and for all, a contrite admission that Williams lied to us all. Repeatedly. And that he was deeply sorry for losing our trust. Expectations were high to say the least.
She's the voice of a generation, my generation who desperately needs to be heard. My generation is excited to see Marilyn Mosby front and center because she helps dispel the myth that Millennials don't recognize the importance of fighting for civil justice.
If the Bar does decide to require certain disclaimers in lawyer blogs, how does that impact previously published blogs over which the attorney does not have editorial control?