Instead, a new science of power has revealed that power is wielded most effectively when it's used responsibly, by people who are attuned to and engaged with the needs and interests of others. Years of research suggests that empathy and social intelligence are vastly more important to acquiring and exercising power than are force, deception, or terror. In this article, Dacher Keltner, a psychology professor at the University of California, Berkeley, examines three myths about power.
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“The final piece of reaching for authentic power is releasing your own to a higher form of wisdom.” -Gary ZukavFor inspiration on unlocking your own personal power check out this brief essay: "The Seat of Power".