Recent events have increased my curiosity about sociopaths—terrorists, mass shootings, politicians, The Big Short, and non-criminal business people who use others to get what they want. I’d like to share what I’ve found.*
Who’s a sociopath?
Sociopaths (or psychopaths or people with antisocial personality disorder) make up about 4 percent of the population. That’s actually quite high. Think about 25 people you know personally. One of them is likely to be a sociopath—a person without a conscience, a person who knows right from wrong but doesn’t care. Did I get your attention? Continue reading Protect Yourself from Sociopaths at Work