Monthly Archives: July 2008

Going Against the Grain

Don’t trust your brain. There are some very systematic ways that the brain is designed to be able to function, but it’s not helpful to you in life and business. Here’s some examples based on known psychological concepts and theories … Continue reading

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Diversity and the Psychology Behind It

There was an excellent survey conducted by Adecco recently, and the results are really compelling. To summarize the findings, diversity is something that a number of companies are giving lip service to. They talk about it, but employees are still … Continue reading

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Avoiding the Snake-Oil Salesmen

You’ve seen them out in the business world. When they start talking, you’re reminded of late-night commercials that purport to tell you that the perfect knife set can be yours for only $19.95, satisfaction guaranteed. But, wait… there’s more.  They’re … Continue reading

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