How being 'the emotional type' can actually help your entrepreneurial career
David Lebel writes: "I don’t know when it happened, but somewhere during my transition from consultant to business school professor, I developed an implicit belief that when it comes to business, I should leave my emotions at the door. I wasn’t alone in this kind of thinking. I saw many managers who also believed it was inappropriate to express strong emotions at work, and that doing so could hinder a person’s decision-making or impede performance. The problem is, business isn't just a numbers game."
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