Cliche or Good Idea?

Going the Extra Mile Have you ever had to make a purchase and the ONLY sales person available was grouchy, irritable and obviously not happy to be there? The person acts as if it is an inconvenience for you to be in their establishment, spending your money, supporting their store. This is the epitome of […] Read more »

Is Too Much Information Blocking Your Road To Success?

Are You one of those people that attempts to get as much information as possible on a potential opportunity? I do not advocate going into anything blindly. However, there is such thing as information overkill. Let me pose a scenario for you. Say that one of your goals was to improve your fitness and you […] Read more »

Blink: An excellent book about human judgement

Blink by Malcolm Gladwell is one of the best books that I have read in recent months. Malcolm Gladwell does a great job of explaining how our mind is able to break down situations in the blink of an eye. He sites several examples of times where rapid cognition was used effectively and also brings […] Read more »

Predictably Irrational

Recently I finished a book by Dan Arielly entitled Predictably Irrational I really liked this book and how it gets you to look at the “big picture” of the human psychosis. The author and his collegues go through many experiments that show how naturally irrational our behavior as humans can be. This irrationality seems to […] Read more »