When you are able to leave a positive and lasting impression on anyone you come across, the world will become your oyster. The good news is that this charming talent is learnable and yours for the taking. This talent is widely knows as "charisma."
Job prospects finally look a bit better for new law graduates, as we reported Wednesday, although the sunny news is partly due to fewer people enrolling in, and graduating from, law school, leaving less competition for the best jobs.
Just about everyone wants to be liked. That’s not just human nature but a survival mechanism that’s been hardwired into the brain chemistry of a wide range of social animals going back millions of years.