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How To Influence People – A Good but Lazy Post

Today’s post is sort of a “phone in.” A while back I read “The small BIG: Small Changes That Spark Big Influence” by Steve J. Martin, Noah Goldstein, Robert Cialdini. Cialdini is probably considered the father of the psychology of influence… Continue Reading →

Only 50% of Us Are Above Average

  I tweeted this last night “For whatever reason, we are driven to apply outlier practices to middle-of-the-road companies and expect outlier results.” And if you’re reading this post. There’s a really good chance that you are not an outlier…. Continue Reading →

Are You Prepared to Stand Out?

We like hanging around people that are just like us. It’s comfortable and easy. But unfortunately, that can be boring as well. When I was first promoted to manager I was young and like most newly promoted managers I had… Continue Reading →

People Are Tough To Manage Because of Pi | Some of you will get that…

I subscribe to a lot of email newsletters. You’re welcome. One that I always look forward to getting is one by Bri Williams who hails from down under and who’s company People Patterns focuses on the psychology/behavioral science side of… Continue Reading →

Solve the Problem. Don’t Try To Fix It.

Ever try to fix a technology problem and find yourself going down a rabbit hole of google searches, phone calls, texts to friends, questions on Facebook. More and more questions. More and more possible answers. Trying this. Trying that. And… Continue Reading →

He submitted an article for #FistfulofTalent and you won’t believe what they posted…

Brad Pitt ad libbed a line in a movie that was so good I had to write about it on the Fistful Of Talent site (www.fistfuloftalent.com)

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