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You almost certainly know at least one infuriating person who is what I’ll call, for want of a better term, a life-choice evangelist. As the label suggests, LCEs are driven by the anxious insistence that whatever major decisions they’ve made – to get married, to have or not have kids, […]
[credit provider=”Youtube/ AAARI CUNY” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0aOL93Ww-w”] Today’s advice comes from Trevor Sumner, co-founder and president at LocalVox, via Inc.“Ultimately, I believe you will excel at what you are driven by — your passions. When the gas tank is empty and it is one in the morning, you need to want to […]
[credit provider=”NBC”] Personally and professionally, we often hope for moments of peak performance, periods of time when we’re incredibly productive, effective, and produce the best possible work.According to Susie Cranston and Scott Keller at the McKinsey Quarterly, there are a few tweaks managers and individuals can make to increase these peaks […]
There isn’t anyone who is going to tell you it’s time to grow up. Well, there is, but you probably won’t listen to them. I don’t mean growing up in the way of paying your bills, or moving out of your parents’ house, or buying your own car. I mean […]
I don’t spend nearly enough time on Quora. There’s some great stuff there, including a crowdsourced list of thoughts on “What is the single most illuminating question I can ask someone?”
[credit provider=”Paul Israel via flickr ” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulisrael/4132622506/”] Americans make 70 different choices a day on average, so it’s easy to see why some people can be indecisive.Columbia Business School Professor Sheena Iyengar gave a TED talk about how to make choosing easier.
Choice, Education and Experience
The decision-making process is often a choice between taking your time to review objective information, or trusting your gut and going with your feelings, notes Rick Nauert on the website PsychCentral. A new study from researchers at Rice University, George Mason University and Boston College suggests you should trust your […]
[credit provider=”David-Michel Davies”] Today’s advice comes from our interview with David-Michel Davies, executive director of The Webby Awards and the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences, and co-founder of Internet Week New York:“I think all people have this natural bias in thinking in ‘or,’ in absolutes, that something is […]
You love having lots of choices.